Eagles To Raise Season Ticket Prices


With the economy in shambles, the Eagles are doing what any business would do if they had a firm grip on your balls, they are raising season ticket prices by $5 or $10 per game. This should come as a shock to no one, but it's never welcomed news to hear you're going to have to shell out more cash for the same product.

In unrelated news reported in the same story, the Eagles have shuffled around some coaches. Most notably:

Ted Daisher, a former Eagles assistant who was relieved of his duties
as special teams coordinator in Cleveland along with the rest of the
Brown staff, will rejoin the Eagles as special teams coordinator.

Rory Segrest, the Eagles special teams coordinator the last two
seasons, will move to the defensive line coaching position, replacing
Pete Jenkins, who is retiring.

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