PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The city continues to heal after six Philadelphia police officers were shot during an hourslong standoff and shootout in Nicetown-Tioga last week. On Thursday night, the Eagles honored the injured officers with a special moment during a stoppage in play.
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All six injured officers took the field to a standing ovation during the first quarter of the Eagles-Ravens game. The Birds presented each of the officers with a football.
Before the game, the officers watched warmups from the sidelines.
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The Eagles hosted the Ravens in Week 3 preseason action.