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Philadelphia Eagles Lawsuit-Do Pro Sports Teams Do Enough to Protect the Fans? [POLL]

Deminski and Doyle are discussing a Rider University student who is suing the Philadelphia Eagles after they allowed drunken rowdy fans to return to their seats and who ultimately got into a fight with others and injured her in the process.

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Amanda Mulheron wound up at the bottom of pile of fighting fans at Lincoln Financial Field on Dec. 2, 2010. It has become all too common for fans’ drunken behavior to ruin the game day experience for other fans.

Take the Deminski and Doyle poll and let them know how you feel about it.

Have you ever had a problem with drunken rowdy fans at a sporting event? Tell us your story below.

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