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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – If you’re headed to the Eagles home opener against the Ravens on Sunday and get ejected, you’re going to have to do some studying to be allowed back.

Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Eagles will be part of an NFL initiative that forces fans to complete a four-hour course if they’re ejected from a game and would like to return for another one.

The course costs $55, and teams will add an additional fee that goes to charity. The total cost will not exceed $100, and the extra money will go to Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

The report says that the program is already in use in New York and New England.

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