Kevin Hart finally has his Lombardi Trophy.
Hart, a comedian and a native of Philadelphia, had a few too many adult beverages during Super Bowl LII and attempted to get to the stage for the presentation of the trophy. He was unsurprisingly denied.
But Hart refused to accept "no" for an answer.
The lesson here is, if you're big enough of a celebrity to get on the field after your hometown team wins the Super Bowl, you probably have enough coin to just buy your own trophy instead of trying to drunkenly crash the trophy presentation.
Brandon Graham is a Super Bowl hero. He made one of the biggest plays in Philadelphia Eagles history. B-Graham reached legend status in this city.
He'll also sell you a couch.
Thankfully, the folks over at Mealey's Furniture shared the outtakes from Graham's commercials and lets just say Tom Brady wasn't the only one who fumbled.
I think it's safe to say he was... mealy-mouthed.
Thank you and goodnight!
By now you're familiar with Philly Word Art's wonderful prints capturing many of the most memorable moments in Philadelphia sports history. Daniel Duffy has just released his latest piece of art to the collection and it's a winner unlike any before it.
Because it captures the Super Bowl winning Philadelphia Eagles as they ride their floats through the thousands of fans in front of the Art Museum. It's actually made up of a handwritten date, opponent, and score of every Eagles game in their ENTIRE HISTORY.
Duffy will be a guest on Philly Sports Talk on Friday to talk about this impresssive work. So tune in to NBC Sports Philadelphia to learn much more about it.
For now we know it took roughly 150 hours to complete and has a nice homage to the Philly Special hidden somewhere in there.
You can pick up your own print on his online store right here.