First Lady Jill Biden will participate in the NFC Championship Game between the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Sunday.
Biden was seen during the Fox broadcast chatting with Goodell in a suite at Lincoln Financial Field, sharing a few laughs as he watched.
This is also the first time since Week 6 that First Lady Biden has returned to “The Linc” since she was apparently booed during the game against the Dallas Cowboys.
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Biden was on the field as the Eagles’ honorary captain for that regular season game.
Biden was at that game to promote the White House’s Cancer Moonshot initiative, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. She was joined in the field by cancer patients and survivors, as well as her families.
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Biden would lead fans in the “Fly Eagles Fly” chant during that game, while also supporting the pregame coin toss and was even seen speaking with Philadelphia 76ers star center Joel Embiid.
Several people tweeted that loud boos were being thrown at Biden as he was flipping the coin.
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Fans also reacted to seeing Biden with Goodell, including former MLB player Lenny Dystrka.
This comes as no surprise to Biden, as she and President Joe Biden are huge Eagles fans. President Biden was at Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis when the Eagles won their first Vince Lombardi Trophy in a classic loss to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
They were also present at the World Series between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Houston Astros, which resulted in a victory for the latter.
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The winner of this game will go to Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium, the home of the Arizona Cardinals, on February 12.