The Phillies lost to the Nationals on Sunday, but we are all winners because of this gem during the Presidents Race.
In a weird Freaky Friday turn of events, Teddy Roosevelt, who was an avid hunter in his day, was absolutely popped by the Easter Bunny.
The Easter Bunny may speak softly, but he sure carries a big hit stick.
No word yet on the Bunny’s NFL draft eligibility.
When Eagles' fourth-round pick Mack Hollins drives up to Philadelphia from his hometown Rockville, Maryland, he's going to have two companions.
Hollins, the UNC receiver, is a big fan of exotic animals. His two snakes — a ball python and a sunglow boa — were sitting by him as he spoke on a conference call with Philly reporters on Saturday afternoon.
According to his bio at North Carolina, Hollins' dream job is to one day own a "world-renowned aquarium."
"I actually have both my snakes here now," Hollins said. "I've had turtles. I was going to get an alligator at school, but my roommates weren't really all for it. My dad had a lion growing up, so we've had it all."
Where do you keep a lion?
"His dad had it in a big cage in his yard," Hollins answered. "I guess in Ohio, the permits aren't as difficult to get exotic animals. Might be where I get mine from. I don't know how Philly will feel about some of the exotic animals, but I might have to get a couple."
For now, though, Hollins is sticking with his snakes. And he plans on driving them to Philly.
"It's nothing but an hour drive," he said. "I'll put them in a car and load them up. I might come with nothing but the snakes."
The NFL and the city of Philadelphia have really put on a spectacle for the thousands and thousands of fans who descended on the Ben Franklin Parkway over the past few days.
But you don't have to be in front of the Art Museum exactly to see the NFL's influence on the city. All you have to do is drive down Interstate 76 through Center City at night while the draft is going on and you can't miss which team is on the clock.
That's because the entire side of the Cira Centre building that is connected to 30th Street Station lights up with the logo of whichever team is on the clock.
You can see our above video which features the Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills, and Pittsburgh Steelers. No confirmation to the reports that birds flying over excessively pooped on the building when the Dallas Cowboys' star lit it up.
The Eagles shared a pretty nice shot of their logo lighting up the building as well.
It's just another nice touch to what has been a wonderful event so far for the city of Philadelphia.