Jonathan Levin Philadelphia to Launch New Philly Sports Blog

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Readers can stay up to date on Philadelphia sports through a new blog website by Jonathan Levin.

Sport fans in Philadelphia will soon be able to access groundbreaking information about sports in the City of Brotherly Love thanks to a new blog website by Jonathan Levin.

The new blog site, located at, recently underwent a beta run that was extremely successful. Therefore, version 1.0 of the website will be available at the beginning of November -- right in time for the football and basketball seasons. Only minor optimizations and changes will be made up until the website’s release.

On the website, Levin plans to offer free information to readers at first and then switch to a subscription-based model later in the year. In both forms, the website will cater to fans of both professional and collegiate sport teams in Philadelphia.

According to Levin, the forecast for sports in Philadelphia appears to be relatively clear and sunshiny. However, the city’s athletics may feature some rough spots as well. Specifically, the 76ers team now has a squad with much more promise than it has in decades. Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons will likely keep turning heads and establish themselves as players with the potential to become high-accomplished veterans early on. In addition, although Markelle Fultz had a rocky start during his rookie season, it seems that he is ready to move forward full steam ahead this season.

Levin is even more excited to discuss the Eagles on his website considering that they are National Football League’s reigning champions at the moment. The team made franchise history last year when they outplayed the multiple-Super-Bowl-winning Patriots and took home the Lombardi trophy. According to Levin, the Eagles certainly have the potential to win big again during the 2018-2019 season.

Levin’s ultimate aim is not only to offer the latest updates and insights into all things related to Philadelphia sports but also to engage his readers in discussions that will make them feel as though their voices are being heard all season long, too.

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