Saturday, August 1, 2015

Spadaro will not be punished

Dave Spadaro will not be reprimanded for his videotaped spit on the Dallas Cowboys' star, according to an Eagles spokesperson.

Spadaro will not be punished


Dave Spadaro will not be reprimanded for his videotaped spit on the Dallas Cowboys' star, according to an Eagles spokesperson.

Spadaro, editor of and a team employee, will attend Saturday's playoff game at Cowboys Stadium, site of where he spat twice on the iconic midfield star.

Eagles coach Andy Reid was asked to comment on the spit.

"I didn't even know about until I walked in this door," he said. "I'm focused in on the Cowboys now."

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Spadaro normally attends the final practice before a game but was not at indoor facility at the NovaCare Center today.

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