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Eagles’ Long clashes with Rams fan

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Philadelphia Eagles may have won the NFC East and have gigantic concerns about its MVP candidate Carson Wentz’s potential season-ending torn ACL injury. Yet, Eagles defensive end Chris Long clashed with Rams fans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

It all started when Brandon Graham picked up a Rams fumble and returned it for a 16-yard touchdown, as the time expired, Graham wanted to attempt to do a Lambeau Leap into Eagles fans. The few Rams fans, who were in the end zone by the Eagles fans, were not having it.

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long about to cause Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff to fumble the ball (Getty Images)

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long about to cause Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff to fumble the ball (Getty Images)

According to NBC Sports Philadelphia’s cameras, a Rams fan attempted to push Long down. He then got into a heated exchange with the fan in question.

The fan in question, who was wearing a Todd Gurley jersey, gave Long the finger.

Also, another thing is that we do not know if this was a legitimate Rams fan, or somebody, who was paid by Fox Sports to attend the game to pretend to be a Rams fan. Yes, they really did that.

The Eagles won the game 43-35 over the Rams, as they improved to 11-2 on the season. In addition, Long caused the No. 1 overall pick, Jared Goff, in the 2016 NFL Draft to fumble the ball in the game, which helped sway the momentum into the Eagles favor.

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