June 23, 2024

Eagles security guard banned from sidelines for Sunday’s game


Philadelphia Eagles security chiefs Dom DiSandro is not going to be permitted to face on the sidelines of Sunday evening’s game towards the Dallas Cowboys. The crew introduced the news in a statement on Saturday.

The Eagles stated there’s nonetheless an ongoing investigation into an incident that occurred in Sunday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers, and that the crew respects the restriction that has been put in place. 

DiSandro was eliminated from Sunday’s game after getting right into a surreal altercation with 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw. 

After a reception by Eagles vast receiver DeVonta Smith on the sidelines, DiSandro was seen pulling Greenlaw off of Smith. That was adopted by Greenlaw reaching over a number of folks and making contact with DiSandro. 

Greenlaw was ejected from the game whereas the Eagles eliminated DiSandro from the sidelines. The 49ers have been additionally given a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

All of that infuriated 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan who stated after the game he was making an attempt his greatest to not lose his cool. The 49ers nonetheless simply received the game regardless of the penalty and the absence of Greenlaw. 

Removing DiSandro from the sidelines, for each the 49ers game and Sunday’s game, looks like an applicable response. DiSandro’s job is to offer security and safety for the gamers from unruly fan conduct or different non-football associated incidents. He will not be speculated to contain himself with the play on the sector. No individual on the sidelines is. 

Greenlaw stated he and DiSandro exchanged apologies this week after the game. He additionally stated he has no onerous emotions for him. 

It stays to be seen if there can be extra punishment from the NFL because the league’s investigation continues. 

The Eagles (10-2) enter the game holding a one-game lead over the Cowboys (9-3) making Sunday’s game completely huge for the NFC East race and the struggle for the No. 1 seed (and the bye week and residential area benefit within the playoffs) within the NFC. 





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