ESPN's Adam Schefter joins chorus of criticism for Philadelphia Eagles' decision to charge fans for training camp practice

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ESPN's Adam Schefter joins chorus of criticism for Philadelphia Eagles' decision to charge fans for training camp practice
ESPN's Adam Schefter joins chorus of criticism for Philadelphia Eagles' decision to charge fans for training camp practice

The Philadelphia Eagles caused a stir with their announcement that the team would only be opening one training camp practice this year to the public at Lincoln Financial Field, and that tickets would each cost $10. The Eagles had done two open practices at The Linc the last few years, and both came free of charge after years of most practices being open to the public when the team used to practice at Lehigh University before Chip Kelly brought training camp to Philadelphia and the team's NovaCare Complex. All money earned off the tickets will go to the Eagles Autism Challenge, which raises funds for autism research. Despite that, many aren't exactly excited about the Eagles reducing it to one

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