Ducis Rodgers
Ducis Rodgers is the Action News Sports Director whose job often takes him on the road, into the locker room and onto the field with the area's teams. You'll also find him weeknights on Action News at 6pm, 11pm and Action News at 10 on PHL17.

Ducis joined the Action News sports team in August 2012. Prior to joining Action News, Ducis spent several years at the ESPN anchor desk as a host of Sportscenter and Outside the Lines. Ducis was also a play-by-play announcer for the NCAA Baseball Regionals, and spent some time on ESPN First Take. Before his time at ESPN, Rodgers worked for WCBS-TV in New York as Sports Director, lead sports anchor and sports reporter from 2003 to 2009. He has covered Super Bowls, World Series and has travelled with the New York Yankees for the team's week-long trip to Tokyo to start the 2004 season.

Rodgers began his career as an anchor/reporter at WDEF-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and as a sports anchor at WSVN-TV in Miami. While at WSVN, he was named Miami New Times Best Sportscaster in 2003.

A native of Chicago, Rodgers graduated on the Dean's List from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in broadcast journalism. He and his wife, Diana, live in New Jersey with their two sons.

Ducis's Stories
Can Ducis Do It?: Eagles cheerleaders challenge Ducis to 5k run for good cause
In this week's installment of "Can Ducis Do It?" our Ducis Rodgers gets a challenge for a good cause.
Eagles: Washington loss 'won't define us', reinforcements on the way
There's no way around it, Week 1 was a disaster for the Birds. But things could change in a hurry in Week 2. Here's how.
How much pressure is on Carson Wentz in 2020?
Expectations are sky-high for the Eagles QB, will he come through when it matters most?
Can Ducis Do It?: Berwyn Fire Company challenges Ducis to climb 95-foot ladder truck
In this week's installment of "Can Ducis Do It?" our Ducis Rodgers climbs a 95-foot ladder truck
How cars kept the parties going during COVID-19
Birthday parties, drive-in movies, retirement celebrations and graduations are just some of the rolling parties that made your car essential during the pandemic.
How the pandemic has affected the auto industry and changed the car-buying experience
The car-buying experience has changed significantly due to COVID-19. To meet the needs of shoppers looking for a new set of wheels, dealers had to get creative with offers like express delivery. Here's a look at how things have changed.
How concerned should fans be about the injured Eagles?
Add standout rookie Jalen Reagor to the list as the injures continue to mount for the Birds. Is it time to be concerned about this 2020 team?
Can Ducis Do It?: Philadelphia Union forward challenges Ducis to soccer juggling
In this week's installment of "Can Ducis Do It?" our Ducis Rodgers takes on a soccer juggling challenge from a familiar name.
6 must-see new cars for 2021
The Ford Bronco is back after a 25-year hiatus, and Lexus drops a new top-down convertible that's a definite eye-catcher. Check out more sweet rides for 2021.
Watch the entire 2020 6abc Auto Experience
6abc's Auto Experience takes you inside the industry for a look at the latest must-see vehicles in production along with insights into the changing landscape of the auto industry.