By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Chris Baker is thrilled his hit was ruled legal and he’s rubbing it in everyone’s face.

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Baker, who legally “cheap-shotted” Nick Foles in Sunday’s Eagles vs. Redskins game, took to Instagram and Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.

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The caption on the photo reads, “This is a grown man sport. Play till the whistle #swaggytime #httr #CTWADUP #860 It’s Football Baby #LEGAL #AREYOUREADYFORSOMEFOOTBALL”

 

“They lost,” said Zach Ertz via NJ.com, when shown the photo Baker posted. “If that is their moral victory, that they took a cheap shot on Nick, on a quarterback who doesn’t even see them coming because he stopped when the ball was down. If that is the moral victory they want to take, that is a bad look for them.”

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Baker went to the Twitterverse to come at Eagles fans and demand an apology:

 

 

Troy Vincent, the NFL’s Executive Vice President of football operations, clarified the ruling on Twitter:

 

 

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