From daily shows to podcasts to gameday, our team has you covered. As the 2018 Philadelphia Eagles take the field tonight in the season opener against the Atlanta Falcons, let's introduce you to those who will bring you inside the action like no one else.
Dave Spadaro, Eagles Insider
Find him on: Inside the Eagles, Eagles Live podcast, Kickoff Show presented by Axalta, Postgame Show presented by Ricoh
Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro began his career covering the Philadelphia Eagles as a sports reporter for the Daily Local News in 1985 and has been with the Philadelphia Eagles since 1997, overseeing publications, content development as well as hosting television, internet, and radio shows for the team. He is well known in the Philadelphia region as the Eagles Insider with regular appearances on FOX 29, NBC Sports Philadelphia, NBC Television, SportsRadio WIP, and various other media outlets. Prior to joining the Eagles organization, Dave was the editor of Eagles Digest, the official team publication of the Philadelphia Eagles, from 1989 through 1997. His career highlight happened recently: Winning Super Bowl LII and serving as emcee of the Parade of Champions ceremony in Philadelphia.
Find her on: Eagles 360 presented by Xfinity, Lincoln Financial Field in-stadium host
Prior to joining the Eagles, Molly Sullivan was the sideline reporter for the 76ers on NBC Sports Philadelphia for seven seasons. Molly has also worked as a reporter for ESPN, TNT, NBA TV, CBS Sports, Big Ten Network, Top Rank Boxing, and NBC Sports over the last decade. A graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and former ACC Champion swimmer, Molly grew up in Las Vegas.
Find him on: Eagle Eye in the Sky podcast, Journey to the Draft podcast, Kickoff Show presented by Axalta. He is also the producer of the Emmy-nominated Eagles Game Plan show.
Fran Duffy is the producer of the Emmy-nominated Eagles Game Plan show which can be seen every gameday during the season on NBC10 in Philadelphia. He is also the host of two Eagles-related podcasts, Eagle Eye in the Sky, which examines the team from an X's and O's angle each and every week as well as the Journey to the Draft podcast, which covers college football and the NFL Draft all year round. Fran also authors the Eagle Eye in the Sky column, which runs four times a week during the football season to serve as a recap for the previous game and to preview the upcoming matchup. Prior to joining the Eagles in 2011, Duffy was the head video coordinator for the Temple University football team under former head coach Al Golden. In that role, he spent thousands of hours shooting, logging, and assisting with the breakdown of the All-22 film from the team's games, practices, and opponents.
Find her on: Eagles 360 presented by Xfinity, Eagle Eye in the Sky, Kickoff Show presented by Axalta, Postgame Show presented by Ricoh
Amy Campbell is thrilled to be joining the Eagles this season! It's her lifelong dream to work for an NFL franchise, and she wouldn't have picked any other one. A South Florida native, she's thankful Philadelphia has welcomed her with open arms, and she can't wait to experience the culture of one of the best sports cities in the country. A self-described "football junkie," Amy got her start covering football recruiting and SEC football in the South. She now lives in New York City and sees as many Broadway shows as her schedule allows (not many during the season). You can also find her at Sports Illustrated, on the SI NOW daily live show.
Find him on: Eagles 360 presented by Xfinity, Kickoff Show presented by Axalta, Postgame Show presented by Ricoh
Chris McPherson is the content manager and on-air talent for the Philadelphia Eagles and has been with the team in a full-time role since the 2004 season. A 2003 graduate of Drexel University, McPherson interned with the Eagles, FOX 29, and the WB17 during his time on campus. Prior to joining the Eagles, McPherson was a sports writer at the Daily Local News in West Chester. McPherson lives in Delaware County with his wife and two sons, who are being raised right as Eagles fans.