The Eagles used lockers to subtly troll the Patriots

FOXBORO MA.- AUGUST 9 New England Patriots Brandon Bolden Ralph Webb and Brian Hoyer celebrate a touchdown during the fourth quarter of the NFL Preseason game against the Washington Redskins at Gillette Stadium

FOXBORO MA.- AUGUST 9 New England Patriots Brandon Bolden Ralph Webb and Brian Hoyer celebrate a touchdown during the fourth quarter of the NFL Preseason game against the Washington Redskins at Gillette Stadium

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and cornerback De'Vante Bausby stood in the tunnel during the playing of the national anthem for Thursday night's game against the New England Patriots, NBC Sports Philadelphia reported.

The Mayor of Philadelphia knows his football - and tells TMZ Sports when the Eagles kick off the regular season, he wants to see Nick Foles under center. not Carson Wentz.

Don't get it? 41-33 was the final score of Super Bowl LII.

Last year, Brady played just two series in New England's second game of the preseason.

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"I'm going to do everything I can to get back on the field and hopefully practice the first day we get back practicing [Sunday]", he said, "and be ready to roll". He's a great guy. "It just sort of got jarred in a amusing way as I was following through", Foles said.

Known as the game's fiercest competitor, Brady would have melted into U.S. Bank Stadium's turf if possible.

Tom Brady said earlier this week that he expects to play Thursday night against the Eagles. I've already talked to him before, he's a guy I've always looked up to. I mean, even at his age he seems to get better and better.

Perhaps Thursday at Gillette Stadium, and with Brady expected (or hoping, at the very least) to play at least one series as the Patriots continue their summertime dress rehearsals, will provide the flawless venue for such a conversation.

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