The impact those five hours made on the lives of 27 players was not lost on the staff – even if these young men never made it to the league, having someone believe in them enough to help them have a shot was a validation of all their hard work.
There was a time where it was a place for Eagles fans to gather, to celebrate wins, commiserate over losses and, of course, talk trash with Dallas Cowboys fans.
Then, it all changed. Ironically, the impetus of the change was the very thing that the people of Eagles Twitter had always dreamed of, a Super Bowl championship.
One of the healthcare workers who attended Super Bowl LV reflected upon her experience as the game capped off a challenging NFL season due to COVID-19.