Lincoln Financial Field
The Eagles participated in their second training camp practice at Lincoln Financial Field. Now, they are looking ahead to their workout time with the New England Patriots.
The Birds had close to a full house and the first preseason game is this Friday, so it was a good time for Linc security to get strict with the new “Be Clear” policy.
The Eagles want to remind fans about a new NFL security policy prohibiting purses, backpacks, large bags and seat cushions inside all 32 stadiums.
Some well-known local chefs are partnering with the Philadelphia Eagles to offer signature dishes to football fans this coming season.
The Eagles went through their first training camp workout at Lincoln Financial Field, and Jeremy Maclin was forced into the role of spectator.
More than 65,000 tickets were distributed for practice, and nearly half the people showed up. The estimated crowd of 30,000 was a club record for practice.
Fans attending Eagles practice will be subject to some new rules, including only bringing in clear bags.
With Eagles camp just a week away, just a few tickets remain to one of five open practices.
The WWE is reportedly considering Philadelphia for Wrestlemania in either 2015 or 2016.
Among the new rules this season, only small clutch bags will be permitted inside the stadium.
Bring yourself to the game. Leave the cooler and backpack at home.
The Eagles announce major upgrades to Lincoln Financial Field.
This weekend proved that major lacrosse talent is just as big from the Philadelphia area as it is in traditional lacrosse hotbeds like Long Island, New York and Baltimore, Maryland.
Throngs began descending on the stadium area hours before the game started, most carrying sticks with them.
Spectators and lacrosse teams from around the country are in Philadelphia for the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships and for families in the area it’s their chance to get out and learn about the sport that’s gaining popularity throughout the region.