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Eagles Ordered to Pay the City of Philly $8 Mil

KWY reports that the Eagles have been ordered to pay the city of Philly $8 mil. Here’s the report:

Common Pleas Court judge Albert Shepherd ruled on Monday that the Eagles’ football organization must immediately pay the City of Philadelphia $8 million. That’s the amount the city had been claiming it was owed as its share of skybox revenues at Veterans stadium going back to the late 1990s. The same judge is expected to rule later this month on the Eagles’ counter-claim that the city owes the team $8 million for a canceled exhibition game with the Baltimore Ravens that was never played.


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2 Responses to “Eagles Ordered to Pay the City of Philly $8 Mil”

  1. MoneyShot says:

    MoneyShot thinks he might become Eagles Fan if Cowboys tank again.

  2. MoneyShot says:

    Cry

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