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Lowest Price For Super Bowl Ticket Is $3,000, Company SaysPhiladelphia Eagles fans no doubt would be willing to shell out a lot of money to make the trip to watch their team play in the Super Bowl. But how much would you pay to attend this year's big game?
NJ Nurses Part Of Audio Team Working Super Bowl Halftime ShowTwo nurses from New Jersey will be on the job at the Super Bowl this weekend in California. They won't be part of a medical team, instead they'll be part of a team rocking the halftime show.
Taste With Tori: Byrne's Tavern (Wings!)It's a smell so intoxicatingly delicious you'll pass out! Juicy, plump, tender wings that pretty much the whole world tears into on gameday, and especially at Byrne's!
DeMarco Murray Hopes For Eagles Return, Future With Team UncertainDeMarco Murray hopes to play for the Eagles next season.
Tim Tebow Says He's 'In The Best Shape Of His Life'Tim Tebow talks about his desire to keep playing football and the team he is rooting for in Super Bowl 50.
What's In Store For Sunday's Lineup Of Super Bowl Spots?Charles Taylor -- a Villanova Professor of Marketing and Super Bowl ad expert -- says advertisers are doing an about-face from 2015
NFL Officials, FBI Say There Is 'No Credible Threat' Against Super Bowl 50NFL security leaders and top law enforcement officials say there is "no credible threat" to Super Bowl 50.
Super Bowl 50: Props And Ticket PricesThe cheapest Super Bowl 50 ticket, according to StubHub, is $2,805.
Malcolm Jenkins: Chip Kelly's Biggest Downfall Was Lack Of CommunicationEagles safety Malcolm Jenkins explained why Chip Kelly's biggest downfall was communication.
Doug Pederson On Personnel Decisions: 'Have To Rely On Football Guys'It sounds like Eagles head coach Doug Pederson wants a major input in player personnel decisions.
Here's How To Throw A Super Easy Super Bowl PartyAs we get closer to Super Bowl kick-off, you can score big this Sunday with party food that is a one-pot-wonder and game day decorations made by the children.
Eagles And Vinny Curry Agree To 5 Year DealVinny Curry has agreed to a 5-year-deal to remain with the Eagles.

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