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
James Harden wants out of Philadelphia. But is staying the best option for both parties?
Much like when Ben Simmons wanted out, the Sixers won't give James Harden away for anything less than a "very good player". So prepare to see No. 1 in the lineup come opening night.
Should the Philadelphia 76ers run it back with James Harden?
Should the Sixers run it back with Harden? It's a tricky answer that just might determine the trajectory of this franchise for years to come.
Philadelphia Flyers looking to change mindset, end losing culture amid rebuild
The new era of Flyers hockey has begun with some big names heading out and new blood coming in as the front office aims to change the culture of the organization.
Bonner-Prendie's Kevin McGonigle chasing his baseball dreams
Kevin McGonigle put up some amazing numbers during his senior season: a batting average over .500 while only striking out twice.
Can we believe in the Philadelphia Phillies as World Series contenders again?
Will the real Phillies please stand up? After a rough start, the bats are alive with Trea Turner leading the way. Is this finally the team we thought we'd see after last year's run?
Nick Nurse brings title pedigree to Philly. Time for Sixers front office to give him winning roster
Joel Embiid and new coach Nick Nurse have the talent to get the Sixers to the Finals. However, the rest of the roster remains a question.
Trea Turner and the Phillies can still turn things around. But will it be in time to matter?
Trea Turner has a long enough track record of success for us to trust him. The Phillies just need it to be sooner rather than later - or time will run out before you know it.
Doc Rivers is first domino to fall in 76ers' offseason full of questions
The head coach is out. Who else will join him on the way out? Outside of MVP Joel Embiid, it's anyone's guess.
Philadelphia Flyers looking to reverse course with unconventional Danny Briere, Keith Jones hires
The Philadelphia Flyers have missed the playoffs in each of the last three seasons, making the outside-the-box hire of Keith Jones and Daniel Briere's appointment to GM well worth a try to shake things up.
Joel Embiid crowned MVP, shooting for more history in NBA Playoffs
The last time the Sixers had a league MVP, they advanced to the Finals. Will history repeat itself after Joel Embiid's coronation?