I'm John McMullen and I've been providing NFL coverage to various outlets since 1992 and for South Jersey's sports leader over the past four seasons. I'll be covering the Philadelphia Eagles on-air and online, and appear daily on The Sports Bash with Mike Gill at 4 PM. I'm also the co-host of Mosher, McMullen and Krausey every Thursday during the football season from 6 to 8 and the co-host of Countdown to Kickoff before every Eagles game. I am the former national football columnist for FRS Sports, The Sports Network and The Football Network. As a long-time member of both the PFWA and FWAA, I spent seven years on the beat of the Minnesota Vikings for Twin Cities Sports Wire and Minnesota Sports Update and my syndicated column has been featured in over 300 outlets across North America, including the Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, and Charlotte Observer. I'm also a featured talker on ESPN radio affiliates across the country as well as SB Nation Sports Radio, CBS Sports Radio and FOX Sports Radio. Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow me on Twitter @jfmcmullen
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McMullen: Nick Foles Keeps Complicating Eagles Decision Making
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