You can check out the hottest sports report in the country... The StreetZ Sportz Report on the Cosmic Kev show weeknights just before or just after 8pm. Also, sports fans, you can listen to interviews and clips on demand... Click here to check out the Sportz Reportz podcast!!!
Eddie F. IS Philadelphia. As a Producer and host of the Streetz Sportz Report (M-F 9am and 8pm), Eddie F. represents Philly from North Broad to Delaware Avenue, Cobbs Creek to Oak Lane.
He began his career as an intern at WUSL in 2001, was hired to work part-time as a producer and then promoted to full time in 2004. Eddie brings extraordinary production and journalism skills to Power 99. Traveling the country as the sports voice of the station, Eddie snags the hottest interviews from the sports elite, such as Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Ric Flair, Philly's own Bernard Hopkins and Allen Iverson to entertainment's headline makers Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, and J. Lo. He is the Power 99 HBO correspondent hosting live broadcasts for Pay-Per-Views (Mayweather Jr. vs. De La Hoya, Mayweather Jr. vs. Cotto). Eddie has also reported live from the NBA All Star Weekend from Houston, and movie premieres across the country.
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Today we remember Philadelphia sports great; Jerome Brown. Twenty years ago on this date Brown died in a car accident in his hometown of Brooksville, Florida. Jerome Brown was a passionate man both on and off the field. The talented defensive tackle was a standout during his time at the University of Miami. He was named as an All-American in 1986 and led the Hurricanes to a National Championship game against Penn State the following year.
The Philadelphia Eagles selected Brown with their first round pick in 1987. He would later make two pro-bowls and be named an all-pro tackle while playing alongside Reggie White. Brown was eager to spearhead the '92 season in which the Eagles were a Superbowl favorite. His death left a void in Philadephia that would be felt for years. So, let us remember Jerome Brown today for his spirited passion for life and his undying love for the game.