LaRod Stephens-Howling had heard all those people who told him many reasons why he never would excel on the football field because of his 5-foot-7 frame.
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Chris Peduzzi went out on top, resigning his post as head athletic trainer for the Philadelphia Eagles weeks after the team had brought home i…
Chris Peduzzi retired from football this year after experiencing the game’s greatest thrill.
The Johnstown native was head athletic trainer for the Philadelphia Eagles when they won their first Super Bowl championship in February.
The Cambria County Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2018 includes athletes who excelled on the field, court and ice as well as those whose contrib…
Chris Peduzzi patiently waited for his moment with the Lombardi Trophy after the Philadelphia Eagles’ stunning victory over the defending cham…
Johnstown’s Chris Peduzzi played an integral role in helping the Philadelphia Eagles traverse an injury-filled road to Super Bowl LII.
Chris Peduzzi might have been just as excited as Doug Bennett when he learned of the Westmont Hilltop graduate’s promotion within the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes’ organization.
There must be something in the water of Johnstown that turns out top-shelf sports support professionals.
The region has produced some of the most recognizable names to participate in the big game either as a player, broadcaster or member of the team’s support staff.