Eagles WATCH: Jordan Mailata Steals Show with ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ at His Wedding – NFL Tracker

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JULY 3 JORDAN MAILATA SINGS AT HIS OWN WEDDING – Jordan Mailata has already proven he’s a real keeper, as the Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle and former seventh-round pick signed a life-changing four-year, $64 million deal in 2021 that was seemingly a stroke of good luck for someone that is still relatively new to the game of football.  His life changed in even more ways over the weekend, as his newly-wed wife might be just as lucky.

Mailata just got married on Saturday, and showed that he’s more than just a elite protector of quarterback Jalen Hurts, who was in attendance. Mailata stole the show with an impressive singing performance of Stevie Wonder’s “Isn’t She Lovely” as his bride took the dance floor for what we presume was the dad-daughter dance.

Take a look:

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This isn’t the first time he’s showed off the musical lungs, as Mailata has previously competed on FOX’s The Masked Singer last year.  Mailata is now a certified keeper for more reasons than one. Who on the Eagles would dare to challenge him to a singing competition?

JUNE 28 EAGLES TRAINING CAMP DATES: The Philadelphia Eagles will be one of seven teams to have both veterans and rookies report for training camp on the same day, as the league announced that Philly will begin its training camp festivities on Tuesday, July 25.  The Eagles will hold camp at the NovaCare Complex and will have an open practice for fans to attend on Sunday, Aug. 6 at Lincoln Financial Field.


Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has some free time on his hands this offseason since he remains a free agent. He’s making the most of it by exploring nature and the hunting scene, but is facing some fan criticism as a result.

Wentz posted a photo of himself posing next to a black bear that he killed with a bow and arrow during a trip to the Alaskan wilderness, which sparked some passionate comments.  “Bucket list!” Wentz wrote on social media. “Got the opportunity to spot and stalk black bear in one of our new favorite places on earth – Alaska! Incredible trip and an incredible animal!”

Despite the legality of his actions, some fans – as chronicled by our partners at TheSpun – are upset to see that Wentz had killed the animal.  “Bringing death on defenseless animal living it’s life,” one commenter said on Instagram.  “Incredible animal so you kill it?? Makes sense,” another commenter said.

“Wow not just a terrible QB but also a horrible human,” one commenter said. “Hunting is not a sport, just because you failed in football doesn’t mean go kill a bear.”  Wentz, the No. 2 overall pick by the Eagles in 2016, continues to try and “hunt” down his next opportunity in the NFL.


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