Jacksonville Jaguars listen to Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill in preparation for game vs. Eagles

There are few sports environments like Lincoln Financial Field, lovingly known as "The Linc" by Philadelphia Eagles fans.

While not going so far as playing "Fly Eagles Fly" to prepare for their upcoming away game, the Jacksonville Jaguars practiced Wednesday to a soundtrack featuring platinum-selling Philadelphia hero, Meek Mill.

A video posted on Twitter from Florida Times-Union reporter Juston Lewis showed the squad doing plyometrics to Meek Mill's "Millidelphia," a 2018 collaboration with Swizz Beatz.

It's a motivational anthem featuring a heavy-hitting bass and Mill's signature yelling vocals.

"Who really dropping that fire? Meek!" the rapper says on the hook. "... Who got the key to the streets? Meek!"

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Meek Mill's "Dreams and Nightmares" is a common sports anthem and was used by the Eagles in 2018 when they beat the New England Patriots to win Super Bowl LII.

The game Sunday serves as a homecoming for Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson, who led Philadelphia to the championship and was at the helm of the franchise for five seasons.

The Eagles are the only undefeated team left in the league, while the Jaguars have a two-game winning streak after shutting out the Indianapolis Colts and crushing the Los Angeles Chargers.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Jaguars vs. Eagles Week 4: Jacksonville listens to Philly's Meek Mill