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Eagles In Minneapolis With Business To Handle

This is Super Bowl week, when reality hits and the enormity of what’s in front of the team is clear … MINNEAPOLIS – It’s 19 degrees in Minneapolis as the Eagles settle into their hotel and prepare for the week ahead, but it feels like a warm, wonderful day.
As the Eagles continue on with their practices and meetings and the substantial media obligations coming, this much is very obvious: This is a business trip.
It is time to win the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history.
“It’s a great way to go, to see our fans here on this rainy day to send us off to Minneapolis, we’re excited to get out there and go back to work,” head coach Doug Pederson said as the team boarded the buses from the NovaCare Complex to the airport with the help of Season Ticket Members, cheerleaders, SWOOP, and the Pep Band.
They’ve worked hard this week, gotten in some good preparation time and now we’re ready to get out there, get settled in, and continue with the work.
At the airport, another few dozen fans and more television cameras were stationed behind waist-high barriers and the fans shouted out the players and the coaches as buses emptied and the boarding to the airplane began.
E-A-G-L-E-S, EAGLES!
You’ve got tickets, family, requests, all that stuff, but we’ve been able to get back to the preparation, normal game week, get back on the practice field.” Jenkins knows the routine, knows about all the things that are “pulling and tugging on you” during Super Bowl week.
Lurie’s Eagles have done everything … except win it all.
“It’s been exciting, but we’re going on a business trip,” Lurie said.

MINNEAPOLIS – It’s 19 degrees in Minneapolis as the Eagles settle into their hotel and prepare for the week ahead, but it feels like a warm, wonderful day. This is Super Bowl week, when reality hits and the enormity of what’s in front of the team is clear …

MINNEAPOLIS – It’s 19 degrees in Minneapolis as the Eagles settle into their hotel and prepare for the week ahead, but it feels like a warm, wonderful day. This is Super Bowl week, when reality hits and the enormity of what’s in front of the team is clear.

The countdown to Super Bowl LII is on, and it’s beyond exciting. As the Eagles continue on with their practices and meetings and the substantial media obligations coming, this much is very obvious: This is a business trip. It is time to win the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history.

“It’s a great way to go, to see our fans here on this rainy day to send us off to Minneapolis, we’re excited to get out there and go back to work,” head coach Doug Pederson said as the team boarded the buses from the NovaCare Complex to the airport with the help of Season Ticket Members, cheerleaders, SWOOP, and the Pep Band. “It’s been a business week, quite honestly. The guys are in a great frame of mind. They’ve worked hard this week, gotten in some good preparation time and now we’re ready to get out there, get settled in, and continue with the work.

“Everything comes down to this last week. As coaches, we have to make sure that the players, and myself included, are extremely prepared. Obviously, we’re going against a great opponent. Basically, it’s fine-tuning what we’ve done already. Keep doing what we’re doing and we’ll see what happens next Sunday.”

It’s been fabulous already: The NovaCare Complex was alive, and then a few dozen fans and some television trucks were there as the buses turned left onto Pattison Avenue on the way to the Philadelphia International Airport. At the airport, another few dozen fans and more…

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