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Social Spotlight: We Are All Bradley Cooper


In the first Social Spotlight of the season, take a look back at a buzzworthy start to the season with Week 1's most viral moments and top stories.


Following Eagles Nation's holiday weekend, fans across Philadelphia received quite a surprise on their way to work. Meanwhile, Eagles Youth Partnership kicked off its annual two-day fundraiser with SportsRadio 94WIP, raising more than $200,000 for children in the Philadelphia region.

#Selfie break with our amazing volunteers. Couldn't do it without them. #EYP — Eagles Radiothon (@EaglesRadiothon) September 8, 2015

Thank you, thank you, thank you, #EaglesNation! You helped us raise over $200,000 for local children! Read: — EaglesYouthPartnrshp (@EYP) September 10, 2015


The Philadelphia Eagles returned to the field to train for Monday Night and @EaglesInsider premiered on Periscope with the launch of a weekly practice Q&A. Meanwhile, franchise icon Brian Dawkins made sure Eagles Nation everywhere knew that right now, it's time to work.


Thunderstorms rolled through Philadelphia, but that did not stop the team from getting its work done. Fans flooded XFINITY Live! Thursday night to celebrate the start of the NFL season at the Miller Lite Countdown to Kickoff. They were also treated to the annual Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders Calendar Unveiling Show.


As the work week winded down for Eagles Nation, the team took a moment to remember a solemn day in our nation's history and team Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Lurie offered his 2015 season preview.

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We remember.

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"Great summer. Excellent preseason. But that doesn't correlate. You've got to play when it's prime time and the regular season." Posted by Philadelphia Eagles on Friday, September 11, 2015

Elsewhere, diehard Eagles fan Bradley Cooper can't wait for the start of the season. Until Monday night rolls around, we are all Bradley Cooper.

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