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Kenny Chesney brings Eagles on stage at the Linc

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Kenny Chesney brings Eagles on stage at the Linc

Anytime the Eagles are at the Linc, it's a party.

Saturday night, Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz, Doug Pederson, Jeffrey Lurie and several other members of the Birds were in attendance for the Kenny Chesney concert. Oh, and the Lombardi Trophy was there too. 

Pederson, always a man of the people, led the crowd in an E-A-G-L-E-S chant.

Later, Chesney dedicated the song "Boys of Fall" to the Eagles and Lurie, Pederson and co. joined him on stage.  

"The first time I played 'Boys of Fall,' I wanted it to be in the stadium where they won the Super Bowl," Chesney said.

Yes, Lincoln Financial Field is really home to the Super Bowl champs. 

The Lombardi trophy belongs to the Eagles, and you better believe they're going to flaunt it in front of their fans whenever they have the chance.

Latest Bryan Colangelo Twitter conspiracy theory includes his wife

Latest Bryan Colangelo Twitter conspiracy theory includes his wife

This story becomes more bizarre by the tweet.

No, not the tweets in which Bryan Colangelo is being alleged of sending from mysterious Twitter accounts.

But instead, it's the tweets circulating the social media world, the ones attempting to solve the jaw-dropping report surrounding the Sixers' president of basketball operations.

Need a refresher on it all? No problem — click right here.

As for the latest, the buzz is beginning to take an interesting twist.

Since The Ringer's story broke, many on Twitter have claimed that three of the five accounts reportedly in question were associated with a phone number ending in 91.

https://twitter.com/OhWowHmm/status/1001672894668255233

Which apparently led to people researching Colangelo's wife, Barbara Bottini.

According to some on Twitter, Bottini's phone number was discovered and it also ends in 91.

And another possible connection.

Meanwhile, Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia astutely pointed this out.

Make of it all what you will.

Of course, all the above means very little, though. The Sixers' independent investigation into the report is what matters and will ultimately provide the real, definitive findings.

It won't just be through Google searches and Twitter backgrounds.

But that won't stop anyone from trying to crack this wild case.

More on Collargate:

• Report: Bryan Colangelo at center of bizarre Twitter situation

• Making sense of the alleged Bryan Colangelo Twitter mess

• Bryan Colangelo on Twitter story: 'Someone's out to get me'

Author of Bryan Colangelo Twitter story explains how it all went down

With free agency looming, Sixers better hurry Colangelo investigation

• Joel Embiid reacts to and trolls Bryan Colangelo report

Colangelo needs proper investigation, but strong replacement is available

Gabrielle Union, NBA execs, Joe Banner react to Colangelo report

Gabrielle Union, NBA execs, Joe Banner react to Colangelo report

Tuesday night's bombshell report from The Ringer implying that Sixers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo could be behind five Twitter accounts that disclosed non-public information, critiqued other front offices and criticized Sixers players, set the internet ablaze. It also sent Colangelo into damage control and forced the Sixers to launch an internal investigation.

After the report surfaced, Joel Embiid reacted and trolled before ultimately saying he didn't believe it. NBA players, executives and even Gabrielle Union, who was mentioned in The Ringer report, offered their own reactions to the wild story.

Let's begin with Union because she is part of this story. One of the alleged Colangelo burner accounts, Eric jr (@AlVic40117560), tweeted, “I sat NEXT to you and [Dwyane Wade] at Beijing Olympics and saw you both being rude nasty to little kid fan," according to The Ringer.

Early Wednesday morning, Union addressed the situation.

Some NBA executives chimed in — Daryl Morey of the Rockets (buddy and former boss of Sam Hinkie), Mark Cuban of the Mavericks and Danny Ainge of the Celtics.

NBA players:

And we'll close with our old friend Joe Banner.


More on Collargate:

• Report: Bryan Colangelo at center of bizarre Twitter situation

• Making sense of the alleged Bryan Colangelo Twitter mess

• Bryan Colangelo on Twitter story: 'Someone's out to get me'

Author of Bryan Colangelo Twitter story explains how it all went down

With free agency looming, Sixers better hurry Colangelo investigation

• Joel Embiid reacts to and trolls Bryan Colangelo report