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Eagles players help unload and redistribute used sporting goods to children in need

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SHARON HILL, Pa. - Leveling the Playing Field and the Philadelphia Eagles joined forces to collect sports equipment for children from disadvantaged communities.

With the start of the new school year in full swing, so are school sports, so some Eagles players helped unload boxes of donated equipment.Eagles linebacker, T.J.

Edwards and his teammates personally unloaded bags of boxing gloves, hockey sticks, water coolers and much more at the Leveling the Playing Field warehouse in Sharon Hill.

The players went through all the equipment individually, thinking about each child who will be delighted to receive it and use it."Sort it, inventory it, organize it, throw it on the shelves, so that we can quickly get it back into the hands of kids who need it," said Program Director at Leveling the Playing Field, Danielle Miller.

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