joel fish, barrett brooks, thank you so much for being with us. will you come back and join us later in the season? barrett: no question, i definitely will. rosemary: when the eagles are still winning. dr. fish: that's a deal. rosemary: all right, thank you, guys. christie: this is new jersey is facing an epidemic fueled by addictive opioid painkillers. codeine... oxycodone... fentanyl... morphine. these are just some of the medications prescribed for pain relief. these pills can be highly addictive, and the addiction doesn't end when the prescription runs out. many times, people turn to a deadlier option - heroin. addiction is a disease, but help is within reach. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov. rosemary: that's it for this edition of "nbc 10 @ issue." thank you for being with us. don't forget to catch eagles day game kickoff tonight following sunday night football right here on nbc 10. have a good one. ♪ annoubrought to youowing ♪ by my pillow, incorporated, creators of the world's most comfortable pillow-- my pillow. hello, i'm mike
. >> former eagle barrett brooks and hollis thomas were also at the camp to help out. >>> it seems people's brand-new iphone xs, the ones they paid $1,000 for, might be freezing up. >> apple is working on a software fix for the new phone following reports that the screen becomes unresponsive in cold weather. owners of the device have said that they were able to get the screen working again after locking up and unlocking the phone. apple's website recommends you should use ios devices where the ambient temperature is between 32 and 95 degrees. >> shouldn't a $1,000 iphone be able to weather that? pun intended? >> they say the cold conditions could shorten battery life and cause the device to turn off. 32 and 95. try to keep it right in that range. and we would ask the same of our weather. help us out, those of white house have iphones. >> meteorologist bill henley, talk about the weather -- and the fact that you don't have an iphone. >> that's the florida edition of the iphone. california and florida, it's safe there. we might see snowflake activity in camelback mountain. right now it's dry.
nah, today, former eagle great barrett brooks and his sports psychologist join us to discuss how the birds stay focused during this bye week. plus, how the philly fandom impacts the athletes. male announcer: "nbc 10 @ issue" starts now. rosemary: a lot to talk about on this sunday. good morning, i'm rosemary connors for "nbc 10 @ issue." we begin with decision 2017.
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