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Why is Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Acho going back to prom?

by NFL Highlights 5:59 mins

Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Acho tells the story of how a fan got him to be her prom date for 2015, and Acho also talks about how the Eagles are working to get better.

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