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Here's a look at what's going on at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday when the Eagles play the New York Jets. Kickoff is set for 6:30 PM.

  • Thursday's game is the team's Go Green game where fans are encouraged to take part in the Eagles season-long recycling program at Lincoln Financial Field.
  • The Eagles are asking fans in attendance to Go Green in an effort to lessen their impact on the environment. Select stadium staff will be randomly rewarding fans who recycle with a Go Green pin. Booths from PhillyCarShare and the Environmental Protection Agency will be located in the HeadHouse Plaza to educate those in attendance on making green decisions. At the end of the game, additional recycling bins will be located on the stadium concourse with the Eagles Cheerleaders stationed at the exits to thank fans for recycling.
  • Those attending Thursday's game can join in the festivities happening before kickoff on the HeadHouse Plaza. Gates will open at 3:30 p.m. To entertain fans, there will be a live performance by the band Lost in Paris. Live pre-game broadcasts from 94 WSYP and Sportsradio 610 WIP will also take place on the plaza.
  • Parking costs for lots in the sports complex are $20 for cars; $40 for oversized vehicles.
  • Thursday's National Anthem will be performed by Michael Scott from Maple Glen, PA. Scott is one of the winners of the Eagles' National Anthem auditions. The Glassboro Police Department Honor Guard will be presenting our nation's colors.
  • Thursday's Snapple Coin-Toss Kid is 9-year-old David Hare of Palmyra, NJ.
  • Thursday's RE/MAX Kickoff Kid, selected with the help of the Children's Miracle Network, is Dominick Lynch-Brunozzi, an 8-year-old from Brigantine, NJ.
  • Thursday's Eagles Kids Club Biggest Fan is Megan Kenworthy of Perkasie, PA. Kenworthy is 6 years old and has been an Eagles Kids Club member since 2006.
  • Thursday's halftime entertainment will be a football game featuring SWOOP and the All-Star Mascots vs. the Aston Valley Bandits youth football team from Aston, PA. The Aston Valley Bandits won the opportunity to play during halftime through the Eagles Kids Club Sportsmanship Essay Contest. To enter the contest, a team member had to write a 300 word essay describing the importance of displaying good sportsmanship. Other teams were awarded tickets to Thursday's game as an award for their well written essays including the West Side Falcon football team from Scranton, PA, Fleetwood Indians football team and cheerleading squad from Mount Laurel, PA, Pal Riv Charge soccer team from Riverton, NJ, Kanawha Redskins football team and cheerleading squad from Richmond, VA, St. Max Basketball team from West Chester, PA, and the Catasauqua Biddy 1 baseball team from Catasauqua, PA.
  • Thursday's Dietz & Watson Hometown Heroes are Sgt. Ian W. Keyser and Specialist Jon Kromer. Sgt. Ian W. Keyser recently returned from a 15-month tour in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom, where he served as Ammo Team Chief on a Field Artillery Gun Line with the 173rd Airborne Brigade. The Pottstown native patrolled the Afghan-Pakistan border to ensure the safety of NATO forces and Afghan citizens.
  • Specialist Joe "Doc" Kromer served a 15-month tour with Operation Enduring Freedom as a combat medic with the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Doc was responsible for the welfare of his troops while they conducted field artillery exercises from their Forward Operating Bases near the Pakistan border. Doc will be now be stationed at the Walter Reed Medical Center where he will take care of soldiers as they heal their injuries on their way to full-duty.Doc and Ian met in Bamberg, Germany when Ian noticed an Eagles tattoo on Doc's arm. They immediately formed a friendship based on their passion for the team.
  • The Eagles are teaming up again with Mothers Against Drunk Driving to present their "Designated Driver" program on game day. Guests who serve as a designated driver can visit the Guest Services Centers on the concourse behind sections 121, 135, 206 and 226 to receive a wristband redeemable for a free soft drink.
  • GuestAssist is a new text messaging service available to guests at Lincoln Financial Field. A guest may call for assistance during events by sending a text message from their cell phone. The text message is received by a stadium representative and the appropriate assistance is dispatched from the Event Command Post. By using the GuestAssist system, guests will be able to report issues and concerns, ask for information and call for assistance in a fast, easy and convenient way. Users open a blank text message and address the message to "78247" and type the word "ASSIST" followed by a space and the issue (question, comment, concern, etc.) and location. Fans can report disruptive behavior or any other concerns during games at Lincoln Financial Field. On non-game days, the number to call is 267-570-4400.
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