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Eagles sideline ban Dom DiSandro for the remainder of the regular season

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Eagles sideline ban Dom Disandro for the remainder of the regular season

In a recent development, Dom DiSandro, the key figure for the Philadelphia Eagles both on and off the field, will play a diminished role on the sidelines for the remainder of the 2023 NFL season. This decision comes after a thorough investigation conducted by the league, as reported by @RobMaaddi of the Associated Press.

According to Maaddi, DiSandro, the Eagles’ security chief, will be prohibited from being on the sideline for the remaining regular-season games. This ruling follows an incident earlier in the month, where DiSandro was ejected from a game after an altercation with San Francisco 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw.


However, there are exceptions to the ban. DiSandro will still be permitted to travel with the team to Seattle for their Monday night game, and he can continue to perform all other work duties, except being on the sideline, as per the Associated Press.

Dom Disandro
Dom Disandro pictured with Nick Sirianni

Notably, the ban is expected to be lifted during the playoffs, allowing DiSandro to return to the sidelines, as reported by @RapSheet. The incident in question occurred on December 3, 2023, during a game at Lincoln Financial Field, where Dre Greenlaw and Dom DiSandro were disqualified after exchanging words and engaging in a scuffle.

Eagles’ head of security Dom DiSandro banned from sideline for remainder of 2023 regular season (nfl.com)

This decision has sparked reactions from Eagles fans, with hashtags like #FreeBigDom circulating on social media platforms. Despite the temporary sideline restriction, DiSandro’s influence remains significant for the team, and his return during the playoffs is eagerly anticipated by both fans and the Eagles organization.

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In the meantime, the Eagles will navigate the remainder of the regular season with adjustments to their sideline personnel, keeping a close eye on how this situation unfolds as they approach the postseason.

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