By Max Harper
The Eagles destroyed the WFT’s playoffs hopes and locked up their own spot Sunday at FedEx Field in Maryland.
Then FedEx Field snapped back, with parts of the stadium collapsing on fans and almost Eagles QB Jalen Hurts.
According to ESPN’s Tim McManus:
“They didn’t ask if anyone was hurt, and they sure as hell didn’t ask if anybody needed medical attention,” said Andrew Collins, 26, of Brooklawn, New Jersey. “The only thing the staff said to us was to get the F off the field.”
A railing on the side of the tunnel leading to the visiting locker room at FedEx Field collapsed just as Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts was exiting following Philadelphia’s 20-16 win. Multiple videos show a group of about eight fans falling approximately six feet to the ground.
Hurts sidestepped the falling fans and wasn’t hit. He helped one individual up and asked several of them if they were OK while posing for pictures.