There is an alternate angle of a FedEx Field railing collapsing in front of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts.
The Philadelphia Eagles were soaring after their Week 17 game against the Washington Football Team went final. After securing the 20-16 win and inching closer to a playoff berth, quarterback Jalen Hurts departed FedEx Field to the locker room. But just prior to reaching the tunnel, a railing collapsed in front of him, causing Eagles fans to fall onto the field.
We now have an alternate angle of the railing collapse, and it is just as terrifying as the original video. This clip comes courtesy of Twitter user “@Trei_Cham.”
New fan angle of Jalen Hurts railing video is absolutely insane
Kudos to Hurts, who helped fans up off the ground and checked to see that they were okay.
Once again, FedEx Field enters the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. From the devastating injuries to take place on the turf to leaks in the stands, Washington’s stadium has a reputation, albeit not a good one.
In the game, the Eagles clinched the victory after intercepting Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke on Philadelphia’s two-yard line. As a result of the victory and the Green Bay Packers defeating the Minnesota Vikings, the Eagles clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2019.
Hurts completed 17-of-26 pass attempts for 214 yards and ran for 44 yards on seven carries in the game.
The Eagles will look to get a win before the start of the playoffs, as they take on the rival Dallas Cowboys this upcoming Saturday.