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Philadelphia Eagles announce stadium revitalization plan for Lincoln Financial Field

Change is coming.

Michael Heiman

The Eagles officially announced today that they will be making some improvements to Lincoln Financial Field.

The project, set to cost $125 million, will be completed over the next two years. Here's what the money will go towards, courtesy of

Lincoln Financial Field, the team's home since 2003, will undergo a series of revitalizations over the next two years. Upon completion prior to the start of the 2014 season, the stadium will have improved amenities for all fans including new HD video boards, Wi-Fi installation, and bridges that will connect both sides of the upper concourse. In addition, the stadium will expand by 1,600 seats to accommodate nearly 70,000 fans.

Team President Don Smolenski states the goal of the project is to "dramatically enhance the game day experience for our fans". Smolenski also cites feedback from the fans as motivation for the effort.

Of course, the best way to enhance the fan experience is to, you know, win games (/troll). But this isn't a bad idea either.

What's everyone think of the changes?

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