Del Frisco's wouldn't print a fake receipt so Evan Mathis was forced to make one. Here's how he did it.

Del Frisco's wouldn't print a fake receipt so Evan Mathis was forced to make one. Here's how he did it.

Philadelphia Eagles guard Evan Mathis is a player who will go to great lengths for a laugh.

You may have heard about or seen the receipt he posted on Twitter (seen above) on Thursday from Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse for a whopping $64,000. The caption read "Teaching rookies a lesson..." This coming just days after Lane Johnson's $17,000 receipt from the same steakhouse made waves in the media. Johnson explained that his bill was split multiple ways and was just a nice dinner out with the guys, not part of any rookie hazing or anything.

Turns out, Mathis never drank a single sip of Remy Martin Louis XIII or ate a single bite of Banana Bread Pudding to obtain that $64,000 receipt.

Some news outlets actually ran with the fake receipt story but as Adam Schefter pointed out this morning, the items on the receipt formed an acrostic that read "ROCK PAPER SCISSORS RASHAMBO." PFT's Mike Florio had a bit of a hissy fit about it which is a rather hilarious read.

It may not have taken $64k from his bank account but a lot of effort went into the photo you saw. We reached out to Mathis via Twitter and asked how he made the receipt.

He told us he first went to Del Frisco's on Wednesday night and "asked if they could print out a fake receipt. It wasn't possible so I scanned my dinner receipt."

"I created all the data," he told us. "Sent it to my friend who has PhotoShop skills. Then I just printed it out and folded it to the right size."

It's worth noting his friend has very good PhotoShop skills.

But what about that red table cloth that the receipt was placed on? Was that fake as well? It was a red polo shirt.


Jason Kelce was a guest on the 94 WIP Morning Show this morning to talk about the hoax:

Union's home win streak snapped, fall to Whitecaps, 3-2

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Union's home win streak snapped, fall to Whitecaps, 3-2

CHESTER, Pa. — Roland Alberg continued his scoring run (see story), but it couldn’t cover up for defensive mistakes, as the frustrated Union fell to the Vancouver Whitecaps, 3-2, on Saturday night at Talen Energy Stadium.

The loss, their second in three games, snaps a 10-game home unbeaten streak for the Union and sinks their record to 7-5-5 on the season and 6-1-2 at home. The Whitecaps move to 7-7-3.

Thing were looking up for the Union early. The hosts opened scoring in the 14th minute with an eye-opening display of skill from Tranquillo Barnetta, Ilsinho, Fabian Herbers and Alberg.

Barnetta began the play upfield off a turnover from Pedro Morales. And after ticky-tac passing at the top of the Whitecaps box, a one-touch delivery eventually found the feet of Herbers on the right side, giving the rookie space to fire off a right-footed volley that decked the upper left corner post.

That’s where Alberg pounced. The red-hot midfielder settled it off a Sebastien Le Toux deflection and easily placed it home for his fifth goal of the season — all of which came in the Union’s last three games.

But the Whitecaps would counter just five-minutes later on one of many Union mistakes. A corner cross into the box slipped through the hands of Andre Blake and onto the head of Andrew Jacobson and in.

The Whitecaps made it 2-1 in the 42nd by catching the Union overcommitted as a result of a Barnetta turnover in the midfield. On the counter, Kekuta Manneh torched Union defender Josh Yaro, cut to the middle and fired off a low shot that cleanly beat Blake. In the 84th minute, Christian Bolanos added the insurance when his shot was deflected in by Keegan Rosenberry.

It was the eighth goal the Union allowed in their last three games.

The Union fought back in stoppage time, when a corner was headed by Walter Restrepo back into the crease where Chris Pontius was waiting to make the finish. However, the match ended seconds after, 3-2.

Report: Cousin of Sixers' Ben Simmons killed in hit-and-run accident Saturday

Report: Cousin of Sixers' Ben Simmons killed in hit-and-run accident Saturday

The cousin of Sixers No. 1 overall pick Ben Simmons was killed in a hit-and-run accident early Saturday morning, according to a report.

Zachary Simmons, 21, was struck by a black SUV around 3:30 a.m., CBS New York is reporting.

Zachary Simmons' mother, Monique Steel, said she was told by police that the driver was going at least 70 miles an hour. She also told CBS2 in New York that her son was out Friday for a friend's birthday and was celebrating the night before with his first cousin, Ben, following the NBA draft.

Investigators are analyzing pieces of the SUV and checking surveillance video in attempt to find the driver.

Ben Simmons, a native of Australia, has roots in New York where his father Dave was born. 

Tonight's Lineup: Peter Bourjos leading off, Tommy Joseph returns

Tonight's Lineup: Peter Bourjos leading off, Tommy Joseph returns

Going against Madison Bumgarner tonight — one of the best pitchers in the game — Pete Mackanin will throw out a new-look lineup to combat the power lefty. 

The red-hot Peter Bourjos will leadoff and play center, giving Odubel Herrera a night off. 

Ryan Howard, Cesar Hernandez and Cody Asche all will sit tonight after playing last night. 

Tommy Joseph returns to the lineup after sitting for the last two games. After a hot start to his MLB career, Joseph has slumped a bit in June, hitting just .216 for the month.

Andres Blanco takes over for Cesar Hernandez at second base. Blanco has impressed over the past week, hitting .320 with four of his eight hits going for extra-bases. 

Tyler Goeddel slides over to right field to make room for Jimmy Paredes in left. Since coming over from the Blue Jays, Paredes has hit just .225 with 11 strikeouts in 18 games. 

Here is tonight's lineup:

1. Peter Bourjos CF
2. Freddy Galvis SS
3. Tommy Joseph 1B
4.  Maikel Franco 3B
5. Andres Blanco 2B
6. Cameron Rupp C
7. Jimmy Paredes LF
8. Tyler Goeddel RF
9. Jeremy Hellickson P