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    Getty Jerry Jones The City of Philadelphia threw another wrench into the prospects of fans attending Eagles games this season. City Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley said he believes it’s “unlikely” that fans will be allowed to attend games at Lincoln Financial Field on Sept. 20 for the home opener. Worse yet, the team may not be able...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Philadelphia officials say Eagles fans shouldn’t get their hopes up that they’ll be allowed to watch the team’s home opener vs. the Los Angeles Rams from the stands at Lincoln Financial Field. City Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley said he’s doubtful the city will be in a place with COVID-19 infections to allow for fans to attend...
    Getty The Eagles took Clemson safety K'Von Wallace in the fourth round. He is an aggressive hybrid defensive back. Ten safeties were drafted before K’Von Wallace at the 2020 NFL draft. The Eagles rookie just put every single one of them on notice. Wallace, who was selected 127th overall by the Eagles in the fourth round, has been...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — If the Philadelphia Eagles fans are allowed to attend games this season, they will need to remember their mask before heading to Lincoln Financial Field. On Wednesday, NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy shared the news via Twitter that all fans will be required to wear masks in stadiums to attend games in 2020. For those wondering, yes, it...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles fans have a new way to show their love of the team. The Birds unveiled a new wine collection Thursday called “Broad and Pattison.” It’s named after the intersection that leads to the sports complex in South Philly. Credit: Philadelphia Eagles The collection includes a cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and rosé that you can buy at stores...
    Getty Philadelphia Eagles fans get a bad reputation, but they are among the tamest in professional sports. The cryptic back and forth over whether Eagles fans will be allowed in stadiums this fall took another turn on Thursday morning. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney’s latest sense is no. Speaking to Angelo Cataldi on SportsRadio 94 WIP’s Morning Show, Kenney...
    By The Associated Press The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The Philadelphia Eagles won’t be allowed to have fans in the stadium if the NFL plays games this season. The city banned all large public events that require public permits through February 2021. Teams will be permitted to play without fans...
    July 14 (UPI) — Philadelphia officials said Tuesday that no fans will be allowed to attend Eagles and Phillies games this year, citing safety concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The Eagles are still going to be allowed to play, although without crowds,” the city’s managing director, Brian Abernathy, told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “The Phillies will continue to be allowed to play, although...
    Covid-19 is a pandemic of historic proportions, expert says, as cases climb in the South and Southwest The Real Reason Walmart Wants You to Pay This Way Philadelphia city officials say Eagles wont be allowed to have fans in stands this season One of the NFL's more boisterous and passionate fan bases will be sidelined this upcoming football season...
    The Philadelphia Eagles will likely play their home games in an empty stadium during the 2020 season. The city of Philadelphia has banned large gatherings through February 2021, and that means the Eagles won’t be able to pack Lincoln Financial Field. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram  ...
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg Admitted to Hospital for Possible Infection Major banks are hauling in ‘big fees’ from debt and equity underwriting during the coronavirus crisis Philadelphia officials announce fans will not be permitted at Eagles games There will be no booing or throwing snowballs at Santa Claus in Philadelphia this season. Fans will not be allowed at Eagles games...
    Both the Philadelphia Eagles and Phillies won’t be allowed to have fans at home games in 2020, a city official said Tuesday. “The Eagles are still going to be allowed to play, although without crowds,” Brian Abernathy told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “The Phillies will continue to be allowed to play, although without crowds.” The city on Tuesday announced that...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — City officials said Tuesday that if the Philadelphia Eagles can play this season, fans are not expected to be allowed at Lincoln Financial Field. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley says he thinks it will be safe for the team to play but without spectators in the stands. Philadelphia Cancels All Large Events Through February 2021 Due...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — City officials confirmed Tuesday what we’ve expected for a while. If the Philadelphia Eagles can play this season fans will not be allowed at Lincoln Financial Field. Philadelphia Cancels All Large Events Through February 2021 Due To COVID-19 Risks Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley says he thinks it will be safe for the team to play...
    PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - JANUARY 05: Jadeveon Clowney #90 of the Seattle Seahawks celebrates victory after his teams win against the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 05, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images) The latest Jadeveon Clowney news may scare Eagles fans. Jadeveon Clowney remaining a free agent...
    Getty Eagles fans Philadelphia will extend their policy on restricting all large gatherings through February 2021, according to KYW Newsradio. How will this affect the upcoming Eagles season? The novel coronavirus pandemic continues to put life on hold, including professional sports. The report claimed that the city’s annual Thanksgiving Day parade and Mummer’s Parade would be canceled this...
    (CNN)Say hello to "Spot" and "Pepper." They're big baseball fans who never stop moving and never get tired of singing for the Fukuoko SoftBank Hawks. But these are baseball fans with a difference -- they're robots.Professional baseball returned to Japan on June 19, though coronavirus restrictions prevented fans from attending.So the Hawks came up with an innovative solution, bringing in...
    Thanks to Hamilton, Live Capture Could Be Broadways Next Act After his latest firing, this cannabis entrepreneur raised $150 million for a hemp venture — during a pandemic Which NFL team do fans hate most aside from their actual rival? Bears vs. Packers. Cowboys vs. Eagles. Ravens vs. Steelers. The NFL is full of classic rivalries, but sometimes the...
    Credit: John E. Moore III/Getty Images Philadelphia Eagles receiver Jalen Reagor is out here getting fans Big Hype for a season that may or may not happen.  If anyone is hoping there’s football this season more than Jalen Reagor, we might not have met that person yet. The Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver will start his career under the most...
    Getty Philadelphia Eagles fans get a bad reputation, but they are among the tamest in professional sports. As the NFL grapples with the issue of protecting people from the COVID-19 pandemic, the speculation over no fans in stadiums has taken a new turn. The Eagles plan to start training camp on July 28, in accordance with league protocols,...
    Getty Chris Long retired from the Eagles after the 2018 season. The indelible image of Chris Long wearing an Allen Iverson throwback jersey at the Super Bowl parade is all you need to know. His affection for Philadelphia runs decades deep. Long’s legendary father, Howie, starred at Villanova University in the late 1970s. The two were chatting about...
    GLENDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 01: Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks congratulates Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots after the Patriots 28-24 win during Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on February 1, 2015 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Defense-adjusted Value Over Average (DVOA) has anointed the 2013 Seahawks, folks. A wave...
    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson had an idea to give fans a treat at home if they cannot get to the stadium this season because of the coronavirus pandemic. Jackson said Friday on his teammate Lane Johnson’s “Outside the Lane” YouTube show the NFL should consider putting a mic on players on the field as opposed to broadcasts pumping...