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Patricia bucked that trend. He held down a spot on the team’s offensive line from 1992 to 1995, then spent his first post-graduate year on the sideline as a graduate assistant. That foray into coaching could have been the end of his football career; the low pay commensurate with football’s equivalent of an internship pushed him into the real world. Patricia spent two years of working with Hoffman Air & Filtration, designing, building, and selling centrifuges. By all accounts, he was a successful and diligent worker, but the siren call of Oklahoma drills and defensive audibles lured him back to the sideline.
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That’s why Eagles defensive tackle Beau Allen is requesting that a fans toss him and his teammates beers while they drive by:

This is a great way to go about this. While the Eagles could have easily stocked up the big buses with plenty of beer, it seems like the least fans could do to thank the players for finally bringing the city a Super Bowl.

In fact, they really should just toss those free Bud Lights that are going around, since they agreed to provide freebies during the parade. Offensive tackle Lane Johnson said he’d give free beers if the Eagles won, so Bud Light took him Womens Wilbert Montgomery Jersey up on it.

While they aren’t unlimited, fans should chuck ’em into the buses. Philly fans throw stuff all the time, anyway.

Good on Allen for his request. This is how Twitter was intended to be used anyway.

This fan wasn’t the only one spreading ashes at the parade, according to Philly.com. Another fan, Dustin Slaughter, said his dad would have been one of the first to line up at the parade today if he were alive, so he brought a small urn of his ashes to the parade.

My uncle, who was also a father figure in my life, passed away a year and a half ago. Yesterday was his birthday and he was the biggest
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That catch is also so iconic because it reminds us of the impossibility of Nick Foles. Thrust into the spotlight after an injury to the Eagles’ franchise quarterback Carson Wentz, and less than a year removed from being cut and contemplating retirement, Foles didn’t just manage the games to get his team to the Super Bowl, he was oftentimes spectacular.