Philadelphia Eagles donate $10,000 to Chester High School football program

The Philadelphia Eagles donated $10,000 to help provide new equipment and resources to the Chester High School football team.

On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Eagles provided an exclusive tour of the NovaCare Complex. Head coach LaDontay Bell and seniors on the team were guided by Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro before stopping in the Eagles weight room. The following Eagles players were in attendance: wide receiver Nelson Agholor, linebacker Jordan Hicks, wide receiver Mack Hollins, safety Rodney McLeod and wide receiver Torrey Smith.

At the end of the tour, Chester's football program was surprised with a $10,000 donation. Superintendent Dr. Juan Baughn from Chester Upland School District said that he would match the grant for a total of $20,000.