Relive the Eagles’ victory parade through the reporting of the journalists at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com.
What a party! What a mess!
Fans at Thursday's Eagles parade left behind a slovenly, epic mess of water bottles, beer cans, urine filled containers, and much more that overflowed into streets and embedded itself into the lawn around Eakins Oval.
The only thing that wasn't real about Jason Kelce's speech at the Art Museum was his costume. Everything else, you felt to your bones. That's just who he is.
"There's gotta be 60 people on top of this trash truck. … They're also starting to climb the horses, snatch the horse by City Hall."
Zoo New England in Boston fulfills their end of a Super Bowl bet against the Philadelphia Zoo.
A new Jason Kelce bobblehead is now for sale online from the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum.
The Mummers Mardi Gras Parade is part celebration/part fund-raiser. About $75,000 has been raised since the inaugural parade in 2014.
Since the Eagles beat the Patriots the 76ers and Flyers are 16-0-1. Both teams say the Eagles' win energized them.
Wine and spirits sales in the Philadelphia region spiked 22.3 percent between the week before Super Bowl LII and Super Bowl week.
The Eagles' Super Bowl victory means so much, on so many levels
Meg Saligman has set up a crowdfunding campaign for the giant Eagles mural, and the Mural Art Program is also planning to help the project.
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Jones missed the first 15 games of his rookie season, but he watched and learned. He has the pedigree to be a star on what could be a superior defense for years.