Contributors

Josh Goldman – Contributor/Editor

A graduate of Penn State University and a lifelong Philadelphian, Josh spent the last 10 months working for the Philadelphia Eagles. During the football season, Josh wrote 230+ stories while serving as a beat writer for PhiladelphiaEagles.com. In the months since, he maintained and operated the Eagles social networking sites. Before joining the Eagles, Josh worked for Comcast SportsNet in Philadelphia as a production assistant, and will now look to continue his career in any city but Dallas, TX.

Jeff Kerr – Contributor

Until the age of 13, Jeff always wanted to be a professional athlete. That dream came to a holt when he could not create his own shot in basketball. Since then, he has devoted his life to journalism and hopes to cover a professional sports team in the not-too-distant future. As a Penn State graduate, he currently works as a sportswriter for the Reading Eagle, along with co-hosting a radio show at WPAZ in Pottstown.

Joey Dubroff – Contributor

Pappy Chalmers (pen name) converted from Judaism to basketball seven years ago. While spending 4.5 years in West Philadelphia watching Penn Basketball fall off its perch, attending the occasional Sixers game, and receiving an Ivy League degree that has yet to give him gainful employment, he watched a lot of college basketball, NBA, and HBO and played ball for 20 hours a week. He mercilessly quotes The Wire, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Archer and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. You can also find his writing and podcasts on The Manual Buzzer.

Josh Cohan – Contributor

A lifelong Philly sports fan, Josh has recently returned home to the greatest sports city in the world after spending the last four years at The George Washington University. He grew up going to Eagles, Sixers, Flyers and Phillies games and has developed an insatiable hunger for sports in Philadelphia. As he prepares to begin his second year at Villanova University School of Law, life is, no doubt, a bit hectic in Josh’s world. But at the end of the day, there’s always time for Philly sports.

If you’re interested in becoming a contributor to The Morning After, contact Josh Goldman at joshfgoldman@gmail.com


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