Saturday, September 5, 2015

Lane Johnson's first meal in Philly is a cheesesteak, because of course it is

Lane Johnson has arrived in Philadelphia, and will meet with the media at 5 p.m. But as a 300 lb. offensive lineman, Johnson had to stop for a quick meal, his first in Philadelphia.

Lane Johnson's first meal in Philly is a cheesesteak, because of course it is

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Lane Johnson has arrived in Philadelphia, and will meet with the media at 5 p.m.

But as a 300 lb. offensive lineman, Johnson had to stop for a quick meal, his first in Philadelphia.

To no surprise, it was the most cliche thing possible, a cheesesteak. According to Geoff Mosher of CSN, the sandwich was from Talk of the Town, and not one of the more famous options (Pat's, Geno's, Tony Luke's, or Steve's).

Check out the photo, via @Eagles:

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