TOP News

Sport: Video: Terrifying Injury During Titans vs. Eagles Game

$46 to get into Lions game? Ticket prices sinking along with Green Bay Packers' fortunes

  $46 to get into Lions game? Ticket prices sinking along with Green Bay Packers' fortunes Two of remaining three home games have get-in price below $100.The average get-in price for two of the Packers' remaining six games are below $100 and all but one dropped in the last week, after the Packers lost to the Tennessee Titans at Lambeau Field on Thursday. Prices are determined by averaging the lowest prices at 10 secondary market sites.

PHILADELPHIA, PA - SEPTEMBER 06: A general view prior to the game between the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on September 6, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) © Provided by The Spun PHILADELPHIA, PA - SEPTEMBER 06: A general view prior to the game between the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on September 6, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

The Philadelphia Eagles are hosting the Tennessee Titans in a major showdown on Sunday afternoon.

Early in the first half, Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks suffered a terrifying injury.

Burks made a great catch for a touchdown, but he took a big hit on the play.

The wide receiver was down for a while.

"Damn, hope Treylon Burks is okay. Took a massive shot while making an amazing touchdown catch and then stayed down," Dov Kleiman tweeted.

Video of the injury is pretty scary.

The Titans and the Eagles are currently tied, 7-7, on Sunday afernoon.

The game is airing on FOX.

The Eagles have a ton of free agents on hold until Jalen Hurts’ contract extension gets done .
In terms of the Eagles’ 20 unrestricted free-agents-to-be, business is off until after the season. A survey of the majority of those players or their agents over the last month revealed that few attempts, if any, have been made to extend existing contracts ahead of the offseason. The likely No. 1 reason: Jalen Hurts. The quarterback is eligible to receive a new deal after this, his third season, and the expected massive payday — somewhere in the $50 million-a-year range — will impact every major salary-cap decision the Eagles make over the next several years or more. The team actually can initiate negotiations with Hurts as of Jan.

See also