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16 Aug 2019

Practice 4 Peace – Frankford Pioneers and Boys’ Latin’s Charter Football players meet Eagles players

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August 16, 2019 Category: Sports Posted by:

PHOTOS: Webster Riddick

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At the recent Eagles training practice at the Nova Care Complex, high school players from Frankford Pioneers and Boys’ Latin’s Charter Football players met Eagles players Malcolm Jenkins, Ronald Darby and Alshon Jeffrey.

The players posed with a sign that read “Practice 4 Peace.”

The high school players had a chance to talk to the Eagles players, pose for pictures and get autographs, and had an awesome time!

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