MINNEAPOLIS (WTXF) - Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long made quite a wager with an Eagles assistant coach, and the results of their bet will in all likelihood be permanent.
On Monday during the opening night of Super Bowl LII, Chris explained in an interview with NFL Network that he had made a bet with the team's linebacker's coach, Ken Flajole, on the result of Sunday's game.
If the Eagles win, Long has agreed to get a tattoo of Flajole's face.
"I also made a really dumb bet with my linebacker coach that I would get a portrait of his face if we won the Super Bowl," Long explained to former NFL receiver Steve Smith Sr.
Long, who already has a number of tattoos, encouraged fans to Google Flajole to see what his potential new ink could look like, and ended with "hopefully I'll have a Ken Flajole tattoo."
FOX 29's Jenn Frederick also spoke with Long on Monday about what it would mean to sack Patriots quarterback, and former teammate, Tom Brady on Sunday, and how far the dog masks have gone in the city of Philadelphia.
Earlier in the day Monday, Long revealed in an interview on Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take podcast, that he would not be visiting the White House should the Eagles win the Super Bowl.
Eagles running back LeGarrette Blount was also a member of the Patriots during last years championship season, and both he and Long did not attend last year's white house visit.