LOOK: Eagles Officially Arrive in Arizona Ahead of Super Bowl 57
After a week of practice and rest in their home facility, the Philadelphia Eagles traveled cross-country to Arizona for the official start of Super Bowl Week. The Eagles landed at the Goldwater Air National Guard Base at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Sunday afternoon, kicking off the biggest week of their lives.
To no surprise, Philadelphia's arrival ahead of Super Bowl 57 was well documented by the press. Check out some photo coverage of Philly's very first Super Bowl event: the runway arrival.
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Eagles insider Josh Tolentino was on the scene, capturing a number of great photos that include quarterback Jalen Hurts leading his crew off the plane and the rest of the team exiting the aircraft. The pilots of this aircraft wanted to make sure everyone involved knew what plane was touching down in Arizona, as Tolentino captured a photo of the pilot holding out a "It's a Philly Thing" flag from the cockpit.
Super Bowl Week is full of other fan and press fares, but it's also an opportunity for the Eagles to continue their hard work. Philadelphia will practice at the Arizona Cardinals' facilities this week before the big game on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 6:30 p.m. EST.
For now, the Eagles are still considered 1.5-point favorites over the Kansas City Chiefs, per Super Bowl LVII odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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