PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Nick Sirianni and his kids made snow angels in the confetti on the Linc turf. Jalen Hurts puffed on a cigar alone at his locker and scrolled through the congratulatory texts on his phone.
Out in the Philly streets, delirious fans refused to let grease slow them down as they slithered toward the top of street poles.
Everyone celebrates a Super Bowl trip in their own way.
Historically, those don’t come around very often in Philly. This makes two Super Bowls in six years for the franchise, which represents half of its . . .