Andy Reid Talks About His Sons

An update on Garrett and Britt. Plus: Concerns over the Comcast deal, sizing up the mayoral race, and more of what Philly's talking about this morning

“Quiet Concerns” Over Comcast-NBC Merger. Local television stations around the country are nervous, very nervous, and have been trying to strike their own deal with Comcast to protect themselves. [NY Times]

Back On My Feet Keeps on Growing. The Philly-based organization, which helps the homeless through running, is adding chapters in Dallas, Atlanta and Minneapolis. It already has operations in D.C., Baltimore and Boston. [Business Journal]

Sizing Up the Mayoral Field. Byko weighs in who might be in and who will likely be out when it comes to challenging Nutter next year, including Tony Williams (says he’d be “morally bankrupt” if he ran), Bob Brady (supporting Nutter), Jonathan Saidel (hasn’t thought about it) and Sam Katz (“no comment”). [Daily News]

Nutter Heads to the Gulf. The mayor will visit New Orleans and other Gulf sites today along with a bunch of other mayors. The Scoop figures he can’t do worse than the guy from BP. [, KYW1060]

Andy Reid Talks About His Sons. Britt is attending Temple and helping out with the football team; Garrett just left a halfway house and a job at a body shop. The coach has a lot to say about both of them in a piece by WIP’s Anthony Gargano. [NFL Fanhouse]

First State Dem Power Shift In Eight Years. Pittsburgh lawyer Jim Burn won out as state party chairman, beating Montco’s Marcel Groen. Bob Brady helped broker a deal. [Centre Daily Times]

A New Movie Theatre in Center City. Well, not really…it’s the Prince. But it won’t just be used for film festivals anymore; it’s now showing first-run flicks on like Toy Story 3. [KYW1060]