Eagles offer tickets to fan who feared missing Super Bowl

Lynette Rowe
February 4, 2018

Her father posted a video on Facebook this week showing the 21-year-old Rutgers student coming out of anesthesia after having her wisdom teeth removed.

When a die-hard Philadelphia Eagles fan woke up groggy from recent dental surgery, she had one big fear: "Did I miss the Super Bowl?!?".

In other videos, she's taken on a three-foot sausage roll, 10 Nutella-stuffed pancakes and a 27-inch pizza. "They make the big plays when they have to, especially Tom Brady, who is as good as it gets".

"Love you Haley, bring us home a win!" says the appeal at Haley is Going to the Super Bowl.

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Philadelphia Eagles starting defensive tackle Tim Jernigan returned to practice Friday after missing two days this week because of an illness. I want the Eagles to win so bad. "The reason I chose to come back is I've loved the game of football since I was a kid, I loved playing sports, I loved being part of a team and I knew as a person that the more growth I've had and the more opportunity I would have to glorify God and trust in him would be to go back and play football".

M. PARKS: No, you didn't miss the Super Bowl. She next asks if she can attend the game.

Injures Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (11) talks with offensive coordinator Frank Reich, right, during a practice for the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018, in Minneapolis.

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