The Eagles Ordered a $64,000 Dinner to 'Teach Rookies a Lesson'

Friday June 13th, 2014

That is a dinner bill from Del Frisco's steakhouse in Philadelphia for $64,055.76. That's not a typo -- it's really sixty-four-thousand dollars. The Eagles' Evan Mathis tweeted it after presumably ruining his teammates' credit scores.

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Now, Del Frisco's is a pretty fancy establishment. But $64,000? What did the team buy, unobtanium?? The majority of the bill came from $46,860 worth of cabernet and almost $12,000 for Remy Martin, plus $120 of Molten Chocolates and Banana Bread Puddings.

You know. Training food.

To be fair, the rookies should have known what was coming to them when their dinner started off like this:

UPDATE: Apparently the bill was in fact fake:

Not sure what the point of tweeting out a fake bill was, but you sure got us good, Evan.

[CBS Sports]

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