New Footage From FedEx Field Shows Cameraman Kicking Fallen Eagles Fan Following Railing Collapse

WATCH: Cameraman Kicks Eagles Fan After FedEx Field Railing Collapse

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  • FedEx Field made news once again on Sunday.
  • Instead of leaking poop water on fans, though, the headlines were about a railing collapsing, sending fans tumbling into the tunnel.
  • New footage from the incident shows an NFL cameraman kicking at one of the fallen Eagles fans.

I’m a New York Jets fan, so the pain I feel rooting for a moribund NFL franchise runs deep and true. But, at least, the Jets aren’t a complete disaster off-the-field. Metlife Stadium is decent and, other than his political affiliations, owner Woody Johnson — for as incompetent as he may be — is relatively controversy-free.

The same cannot be said, however, about the Washington Football Team, whose issues are easily summed up by the fact that their name is literally the Washington Football Team.

From the on-field product to the off-the-field headlines, the Washington Football Team is seemingly always headed in the wrong direction. That backward momentum seems to also apply to the stadium they call home, FedEx Field, as the structure itself has made headlines this season, beginning with poop water leaking on fans earlier in the season and ending with the railing collapse following the game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Naturally, the story hasn’t simply begun and ended with the railing collapsing and almost severely injuring Eagles QB Jalen Hurts, as new footage from the incident apparently shows an NFL cameraman kicking at one of the fallen fans.

FedEx Field, folks: the epitome and nexus of professionalism.

The Washington Football team — who are set to announce their new name and logo on February 2 — will conclude their 2021 season with a trip to the equally awful New York Giants. As for the Eagles, who have already clinched a playoff berth, they will host the Dallas Cowboys in Philly.

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