Days after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41 to 33, the 40-year-old quarterback took to Instagram to share a photo from the game and a lengthy note about his feelings following the loss.
At least one fan saw part of the parade in person, then adjourned to Stanley's for the rest of the day's festivities.
For all you Eagles fans out there, that should make you extra happy: Not only did your favorite team win the Super Bowl, but they also threw a giant wrench into the release timeline for Brady's documentary.
I arrived at the Amtrak station in Exton around 5:45 a.m. for my 6:10 train into the city, joining about 200 other Eagles fans waiting in line.
As for the Eagles, enjoy this one Philadelphia, if your city is still standing.
Under exclusive contract to Fanatics, Foles is scheduled to sign autographs at the Philly Show, Saturday, March 3 from 1- 3 PM with prices ranging from $200-$280 (extra for inscriptions).
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He said Trump was still "inclined" to release the memo in the interest of transparency if revisions are made. Trump allowed the release of that memo on February 2 but blocked the Democrats' memo on Friday.
I knew I wanted to watch the parade ceremony at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, so I bee-lined from the station to the museum as fast as I could.
Regardless of the number, it is clear that the "quality" of Eagles' fans certainly made up for the quantity.
We've already heard the stories of how the Birds ran the "Philly Special" only in the ballroom of the team hotel to ensure it wasn't seen by anyone.
"It's history, I can't believe I'm here", Turocy said. Even with the odds against them, the Eagles took the Lombardi trophy back to Philadelphia.
This isn't overly surprising, especially in an environment like the Super Bowl at a neutral site.
"(The interview) ran over an hour and we talked about a lot of things", Chopra wrote.
"I think when you look at a struggle in your life, just know that that's an opportunity for your character to grow, and that's really just been the message, simple".