Eagles Source: “No Frontrunner” for Donovan

Plus: Trying to overturn a goofy Inquirer court ruling, why the soda tax isn't dead, and more of what Philly is chattering about this morning

Inquirer Lenders Ask Court: Overturn That Goofy Ruling. You know, the one that undid several decades of bankruptcy law, basically screwed them out of hundreds of millions of dollars, and got Brian Tierney exactly what he wanted. Not that the Scoop has a point of view on this. [nytimes.com]

The Trash Fee Might Be Dead. But not Michael Nutter’s soda tax. Heard in the Hall has the latest. [philly.com]

And They’re Off. Prepare to be pummeled by ads for the governor’s race. Dan Onorato started things off yesterday with his first state-wide commercials. [PoliticsPA]

Hey, Tom Corbett: Drop the Obamacare Lawsuit. So say 2,000 Pennsylvanians who signed a petition. The Post’s Chris Freind was not one of them. [PoliticsPA, The Philly Post]

Malcolm Poindexter, R.I.P. The Scoop always like Malcolm — and never knew how groundbreaking he was. Check out the details here.

Eagles Source: “No Frontrunner” In Donovan Sweepstakes. Meanwhile, it sounds like they plan on keeping Michael Vick. [ESPN]

Northeast Man Arrested for Stalking Law & Order Star. Which actually sounds like a pretty good Law & Order episode, no? [nbcphiladelphia]