One fan was caught on video hiding seat under his coat while leaving U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
Bud Light will be making good on a promise to buy beer for everyone of legal drinking age along the Philadelphia parade route after the Eagles Super Bowl LII victory.
Strangers hugged, but, if they rooted for the Philadelphia team, they counted as family.
The Super Bowl LII crowd went wild when an Eagles-Rocky hype video appeared on the Jumbotron at U.S. Bank Stadium during the first quarter.
It's important to recognize the big moments as they occur, and what could be bigger than the Super Bowl with your home team in it? The city woke up Sunday morning, ready to handle what the day brings.
I have risked life, limb, reputation and comfort on an 18-hour trek to the Super Bowl to find the psyche of the Philly fan. I think I get it.
"They have the confidence," Crawford Hill of Ardmore said. "And I don't think Boston entirely grasps the vibe that's happening down here."
So you can join in on the celebration when the Eagles raise the Lombardi trophy, obviously.
Local chefs share their ideas for Super Bowl party food, Philly-style.
Philadelphia-based FMC Corp. takes the long view on any fallout Monday. "If that's the price we pay for winning the Super Bowl, then we'll pay it every time," a spokesman said.
Andrew Immordino will be at the Super Bowl, cheering for his hometown team and honoring the brother who introduced him to the game.
For the Eagles Super Bowl bid, Pennsylvania Ballet dancers did their graceful moves to the Eagles Fight Song. Watch the video here.
Barry "the Hatchet" Vagnoni has a 2000-square-foot "Locker Room" dedicated to the Philadelphia Eagles behind his home in Reading. He is their biggest fan, and that can not be debated.
"Silver Linings Playbook" argues that being a member of Eagles nation is a force for good. Looking around the city this week, who could argue?
The bobbleheads, originally $29.99, are going for nearly $300.