Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Does the name Heather Mitts ring a bell?

You know, the former Philadelphia Charge defender? That is what she's best known for, right?

Does the name Heather Mitts ring a bell?


Surely you've heard of Heather Mitts.

You know, the former Philadelphia Charge defender. Longtime starter for the U.S. women's national team, though she did miss last year's Women's World Cup because of an ACL injury.

She's famous for something else, too, but I forget what it is...

Oh, right. She's dating A.J. Feeley. And she's been profiled in a few more magazines than just Soccer America.

Not that any of you read those publications, right?

I talked to Mitts for a few minutes after the U.S. team's training session in the Eagles' practice bubble, which took a few hard knocks itself over the course of the afternoon.
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