September 04, 2007

Good One, Spadaro

The Philadelphia Eagles, like many sports franchises, have turned their team Web site into an online goldmine, sporting huge traffic and even attempting to "cover" the team in a journalistic fashion, employing a "reporter" (Dave Spadaro) who "breaks stories" that are presumably fed to him directly from the team.

Spadaro is perhaps best known for his semi-weekly sparring matches with the WIP morning show, where he shills non-stop for the team, while Cataldi and Co. constantly ascribe nefarious motives to the team's management. But the Eagles site made an embarrassing gaffe over the weekend- they "broke the story" about the Eagles' final training camp cuts, but somehow included several of the wrong players on the list.

Phil Sheridan has the story; I'm still wondering exactly how this happened.

Posted by Stephen Silver at September 4, 2007 04:08 PM

Hilarious to see the Inquirer questioning the journalistic integrity and practices of anyone else. Pot, kettle, black.

Posted by: LilB at September 5, 2007 12:08 PM
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