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Sixers Talk: The 2019-20 schedule is here

Sixers Talk: The 2019-20 schedule is here

The Sixers' 2019-20 schedule is out and John Clark joined Paul Hudrick to break it down on this edition of Sixers Talk.

Does this year's NBA slate indicate more respect for the Sixers? Which former Sixer are you most looking forward to seeing? Which stretch looks the toughest as of now?

That and more on this special edition of Sixers Talk.

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Eagles lineman Lane Johnson has a home gym called the 'Bro Barn' and we got a tour

Eagles lineman Lane Johnson has a home gym called the 'Bro Barn' and we got a tour

Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson built his own home gym ... and it's in a barn.

NBC Sports Philadelphia's John Clark visited Johnson at the "Bro Barn" before the start of training camp. 

The Pro Bowler talked about his past suspensions for PED use, his career ambitions and more.

“I just want to be known as a true blue Philadelphia Eagle," Johnson said. "I don’t want to play anywhere else.” 

You can watch Johnson's interview with Clark in the video above.

This Lane Johnson interview is all part of a special night of football coverage on NBC10 on Thursday, Aug. 1, starting at 7 p.m. with "2018 Eagles Year in Review"

Then,you can get much more from Lane's Barn at 7:30 p.m. in the NBC10 News: Season Preview Special which will lead in to the Hall of Fame Game between the Broncos and Falcons at 8 p.m.

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DeSean Jackson touches down in Philly: 'Unreal, it's a blessing'

DeSean Jackson touches down in Philly: 'Unreal, it's a blessing'

Did you feel a jolt of electricity pulse through the Delaware Valley about an hour ago? That's because DeSean Jackson, one of the most exciting offensive weapons to ever put on an Eagles uniform, is officially back in town.

Jackson has returned for another stint in Eagles' green after he was traded by the Tampa Bay Bucs back to the Birds on Monday.

Now that Jackson has landed back on Philadelphia soil and had a day to process the reunion, he's as pumped as ever.

NBC Sports Philadelphia's John Clark caught up with DeSean shortly after he touched down at Philadelphia International Airport on Tuesday evening.

"It feels great. Unreal," Jackson said of being back with the Eagles. "It's a blessing."

Jackson said "we'll see" about getting No. 10 back, the number currently owned by receiver Mack Hollins.

Jackson clearly isn't the only person excited about his return to the City of Brotherly Love. Carson Wentz is going to benefit from having the speedy wide receiver around more than anybody. And then there are all of the Philly fans who can dust off their old No. 10 Jackson jerseys (if Mack Hollins gives up the number).

It's been an exciting few days for Birds fans thanks to a busy Howie Roseman.

For even more analysis of DeSean's retun to Philly, give Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro's Eagle Eye podcast a listen, where they dig into DJacc's historically great productivity and much more.

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