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A list of all the Philly sports comfy clothes you can buy on sale right now

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A list of all the Philly sports comfy clothes you can buy on sale right now

Since everyone is home right now, (aside from the essential workers and those in healthcare who we are truly thankful for!) chances are, you’ve been lounging in comfortable clothes. 

Seriously, earlier in the week I had this scary thought that a day will come where I’ll have to wear jeans again. If you’re anything like me — you’ve created a cycle of which sweats and pajamas you wear as often as a starting rotation. 

This got me thinking — I wanted to add to my collection and since we are still unsure of how long we will be at home for … I decided to go to the league stores. 

Turns out, the NHL, MLB, NBA, and NFL are all having sales to some degree and had to share. Some sites even have jerseys on sale, so it might be an exciting time to order now and have something to look forward to. 

Anyways, here are some of the best things I’ve found from each website that I may, or may not, currently have in my cart. 

NFL

This spring sale ends in a few short hours, so make sure to take this opportunity to take advantage! Use the code SALE30 to get 30% off your purchase! 

You can get your game day slippers ready for the next football Sunday (or really any Sunday … or any day at this rate). 

And there's plenty others to choose from. 

You can also grab a Super Bowl LII, customized or regular logo sweatshirts. Might as well add to the growing collection of gear in your closet, right? 

MLB

Again, this sale ends in a few hours. You can save up to 60% with the code SINGLE

I'm pretty thankful for it, considering some of the shirts on the site are not wants, but needs. 

And don't tell me you wouldn't live in these pajama pants until you have to leave the house again. 

NBA

Another site, another sale — and the one on the NBA store is keeping the theme alive with another 30% off sale — just use the code SIZZLE

No league does shorts better than the NBA. Seriously. Look at these. 

And if you're enjoying any time outside with walks (at a safe distance, of course) then why grab a few jackets? Since you won't be able to get just one. 

NHL

The NHL have their sale running until April 13, which is concerning for my bank account. Obviously, exclusions apply but if you use the code NHLSAVE30 ... well, you'll save 30%. 

If you're a fan of hats, this is probably the place to go first. Now, while the regular caps are also on sale, it might be time to stock up on beanies for next season, or whenever we're able to return to the rink. 

 ... and Gritty galore

 

What Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's latest order means for the Eagles

What Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's latest order means for the Eagles

Pennsylvania’s governor has issued an order that could possibly allow the Eagles to return to practice as early as next week. 

But that’s far from guaranteed to happen in that time span. 

Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday issued an order that will allow professional sports teams in Pennsylvania to return to practice or to play, without fans in attendance, if their county is in the yellow or green phases of reopening from COVID-19 precautions. Philadelphia is expected to move from red to yellow on June 5, so that’s the absolute earliest the Eagles could return to practice at the NovaCare Complex under state rule. 

It’s very important to note that this order doesn’t guarantee that the Eagles will return to practice as soon as the state allows. By NFL rule, the Eagles won’t be allowed to practice until all 32 teams are allowed. 

But at least this order from the governor clears one hurdle:

“(Professional sports teams) are allowed to practice or play in the yellow and green phases of reopening without on-site or venue spectators if the team (or league on behalf of the team) has developed a COVID-19 safety plan.

“Such a plan must be approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and include, among other requirements, testing or screening and monitoring of all on-venue players and personnel. Also, no fans or spectators may be permitted on interior or exterior venue property. Professional sports organizations are encouraged to contact the Wolf Administration to share their reopening plans and get them approved by the Department of Health.

This is the time of year the Eagles would typically be holding their voluntary Organized Team Activities leading up to a mandatory minicamp in mid-June. While it’s possible the Eagles will be allowed to hold a real minicamp in June, that’s still very much in question. The team has been holding a virtual offseason for several weeks, utilizing Microsoft Teams. 

The good news here is that is seems like there is a growing possibility the Eagles will be able to hold a training camp in late July/early August at the NovaCare Complex in South Philadelphia. There are still more hurdles to clear before that and the importance of training camp is not lost on the team. 

Last week, head coach Doug Pederson said he was preparing like training camp would be held on time. He also said it’ll be important for the Eagles to have an entire training camp (five to six weeks) to adequately and safety prepare for the 2020 season. 

“I do think that a full training camp moving forward would prepare you,” Pederson said. “I do think you can get in enough contact in, I do think you can get enough padded practices in. You’d have to maximize those. At the same time, you’d have to be smart to get your guys ready and prepared for that opening weekend.”

The Eagles are scheduled to open their 2020 preseason on Aug. 13 in Indianapolis. They will open the regular season on the road against the Redskins on Sept. 13. 

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The Redskins tweeted ... nothing ... and the responses were hilarious

The Redskins tweeted ... nothing ... and the responses were hilarious

What have the Redskins done for their fans lately?

The answer came from the team’s own Twitter account Wednesday afternoon.

A tweet with literally nothing in it. A nothing tweet. The Seinfeld of tweets, without the actual entertainment value. Suffice it to say, the responses were hilarious and plentiful.

This is bound to happen when you’re a team that has half as many playoff wins (2) in the last 27 seasons as Nick Foles had in the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Over that same span, they’ve finished in last place 11 times.

So far this offseason, their most memorable piece of social media content seems to be a butt-dial.

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