A surprise of a lifetime: Huge Philadelphia Eagles fan given free Super Bowl tickets

PHOENIX – A Jacksonville woman who loves the Philadelphia Eagles and served in the Army got the best surprise of her life on Monday when she was given two tickets to Super Bowl LVII.

A person on TV During Super Bowl radio row, Kay Adams and Cardinals player Victor Dimukeje surprised Jacksonville Wounded Warrior Lisa Crutch by giving her two tickets to see the Eagles play the Kansas City Chiefs. On top of that, Zach Ertz, a tight end for the Cardinals who used to play for the Eagles, called Crutch on FaceTime afterward to thank her for her service.

When Adams and Dimukeje surprised Crutch, she thought she was being interviewed about her time in the military and work with the Wounded Warrior Project.

Crutch was in the Army from 1998 to 2006, and she says that football and the Wounded Warrior Project have helped her a lot in making the change from being in the Army to being a civilian.

Since 2012, the NFL has given more than $1 million each year to the Wounded Warrior Project, giving more than $11 million in total.

Jordan Collins

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