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The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that police officers were out Sunday afternoon rolling hydraulic fluid onto light poles to keep celebrating fans from climbing them in case of an Eagles victory.
Officers who declined to give their names reported greasing about 100 poles up and down Broad Street. They dubbed themselves the ”Pole Patrol” rather than the earlier ”Crisco Cops” that applied shortening that failed to stop some fans after the NFC championship victory.
Philadelphia’s police commissioner earlier vowed a safe but effective alternative before the big game. He said police had to assure the safety of fans ”as well as the people who they could fall down on.”
The Chicago Bears say they were interviewing Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo for their head coaching job.
In his second year as the Eagles’ QBs coach, DeFilippo has helped Carson Wentz emerge as one of the best passers in the league. The No. 2 overall draft pick in 2016 [url=http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/josh-jackson-jersey]Josh Jackson Jersey[/url] , he threw for 3,296 yards with 33 touchdowns and seven interceptions before suffering a season-ending knee injury last month.
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The Bears were meeting with DeFilippo in Philadelphia on Saturday. They have also interviewed Minnesota and New England offensive coordinators Pat Shurmur and Josh McDaniels, Vikings defensive coordinator George Edwards and Chicago defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.
The Bears fired John Fox after a 14-34 record in three years and a .292 winning percentage that ranks as the second-lowest in franchise history. They were 5-11 this past season.