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Jalen Hurts had a solid day in Philadelphia's 20-16 road win over Washington, but his most impressive dodge came after the game.
Many of the throngs of Eagles fans in attendance at FedEx Field leaned over a thin aluminum railing as Hurts approached a tunnel. Just before he went beneath the stadium, the railing gave way, spilling about half a dozen Eagles faithful at Hurts' feet.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) January 2, 2022
Hurts was a good sport about it, posing for selfies with some of the fans who suddenly found themselves on his level. In his postgame news conference, Hurts called the collapse a "real dangerous situation." According to the AP's Stephen Whyno, an AP photo runner was injured in the collapse. No further information is available.
This ought to be a topic of conversation at FedEx Field on Monday morning. Not like there's much football left to discuss there.
Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Follow him on Twitter at @jaybusbee or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.