LeSean McCoy on 'the worst decision of my life'

LeSean McCoy on 'the worst decision of my life'

It was a major internet faux pas, but in the grand scheme of things, spoiling a major motion picture isn't the end of the world.

Unless you're a certain beloved movie character, I guess.

Many of you may remember when Shady McCoy was among first group of movie goers to see the blockbuster Avengers: Endgame and proceeded to tweet a MAJOR spoiler about the film before millions of people had a chance to see it!

We wrote about it then and the fan reaction to McCoy's tweet were straight anger. We won't spoil it for you here, just in case you're still living in 2019.

Well McCoy was a guest on Good Morning Football this week and Kyle Brandt asked him about the now infamous incident.

"That was the worst decision of my life, okay?" McCoy said. "I didn't know that people watch it like that."

"I didn't know the reaction of the people. If I had known that, I never would have tweeted that."

In Shady's defense, comic book people can be somewhat intense.

McCoy is clearly one of the best running backs in Eagles history and his name has been back on our radar recently due to his wishing for a reunion with the Birds and the city of Philadelphia.

"It would mean a lot for me to play back there when I'm done - to finish, I should say, my career out there," McCoy said last month. "That'd be excellent. That's like home for me. But right now I'm trying to find the right fit for me. If it's Philadelphia, it is, and if it's not, it's not."

Let's just hope he doesn't tweet anything about ... I don't know, are future blockbuster movies still being released? That Tenet movie looked pretty good.

Team logo face masks for every major Philly team now available to purchase

Team logo face masks for every major Philly team now available to purchase

There are starting to be more and more rumblings about the potential for live sports to be returning this coming summer and fall. As Philly sports fans, you love to hear it.

With baseball rumored to maybe get the season underway in July and the NFL moving ahead as scheduled, it's probably a good time to show support for your Philly teams with a team-branded face mask.

The CDC recommends wearing them in public to help protect against coronvirus and COVID-19, and our own Mayor Jim Kenney feels quite strongly about it.

"Young people for some reason or another refuse to put the mask on. ... These young folks don’t think of their parents or their grandparents or themselves when they do this," Kenney said last week. "Just think about what nurses and doctors and hospital personnel have to go through every day, and just put on the damn mask."

So put on a mask, will ya?! And if you want to show support for your favorite Philly team while doing it, now you can. No matter which sports is your favorite.

The Sixers were one of the first Philly teams to have masks available for purchase with a charity component. You can pick up multiple Sixers designs here.

The Eagles now offer a three pack in both adult and youth sizes as well as a simple white mask with an Eagles logo in both adult and youth.

The Flyers offer a similar three pack in adult and youth sizes with the classic Flyers logo in three different designs. Hopefully they're working on some Gritty-inspired facewear next.

The Phillies' three pack features the classic Liberty Bell logo alongside the 'P' in only adult sizes currently. We're keeping our eyes peeled for some Phanatic-inspired masks as  well.

And hey, we won't forget the local soccer club. You can rock a Philadelphia Union face mask if you'd like as well, available here in large and small.

Those are just the officially licensed masks. There's a whole new world of do-it-yourself style masks if you search on Etsy.

Relive Super Bowl LII and we'll tell you what Super Bowl Eagle you are

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Relive Super Bowl LII and we'll tell you what Super Bowl Eagle you are

Maybe you're one to rock a dog mask. Maybe you're one to roll in confetti. Maybe you've already started drafting your underdog speech. Or maybe you just want to get back to Philly and party hard down Broad Street. 

Either way, the day the Birds won the Super Bowl was special for us all and how you spent it tells a lot about you, because there were a lot of different personalities present on the day of the Super Bowl. 

Take this quiz to see which member of the Super Bowl team you are most like.