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You need to see Petr Mrazek's new mask ASAP

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You need to see Petr Mrazek's new mask ASAP

Petr Mrazek has only been a Flyer for a couple of weeks now, but it looks like he's well aware of the organization's history. 

Mrazek will likely debut a new *1000 fire emojis* mask Saturday vs. the Jets. Seriously, check this beauty out. 

Mrazek's mask pays homage to past Flyers legends Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent and Dave Schultz, with "1974" written on the side to honor the Flyers' first Stanley Cup. 

But Mrazek's mask may not even be the freshest mask in the organization.

Check out Anthony Stolarz's mask, complete with the cast of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and Will Smith. 

Jon Dorenbos and Ellen have huge surprise for Eagles Autism Challenge ambassador

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Jon Dorenbos and Ellen have huge surprise for Eagles Autism Challenge ambassador

Former Eagles long snapper and best bud Ellen DeGeneres teamed up to make one Eagles fan's dream come true.

Ben was diagnosed with autism at the age of two and could not speak but worked hard with a speech therapist to the point where he's a big talker today. He currently works two jobs, at Olive Garden and Dorney Park, and brings smiles to customers faces.

Ben is also an ambassador for the Eagles Autism Challenge. He teamed up with Dorenbos on today's Ellen show to pull off one of Jon's famous magic tricks.

During the trick, Dorenbos surprised Ben with passes to Universal Studios as well as field access at any Eagles game of his choosing. Not to mention a generous donation to the Eagles Autism Challenge. You can learn more about that cause here.

You can watch the segment below.

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Social media roasts Jerry Jones over Amari Cooper trade

Social media roasts Jerry Jones over Amari Cooper trade

The Cowboys really gave up a first-round pick for WR Amari Cooper today and the Internet is ripping Jerry Jones for it.

Even Cowboys fans aren’t happy about it.

At 3-4, in what seems like a wide-open NFC East, the Cowboys sacrificed an opportunity to get a major, relatively inexpensive piece in the draft next season to bring in Cooper and his hefty salary now.

Here’s what some are saying about the deal.

Football fans will remember this pick for a very long time if the player the Raiders' pick in the draft turns out to be valuable. It could come back to haunt the Cowboys.

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