Your Philadelphia Eagles will be on the next installment of Amazon’s “All or Nothing” series, a program that follows a sports team throughout their season. That’s according to Paul Domowitch at the Inquirer, who writes that the Eagles weren’t even interested in doing it, but were instead forced to participate by the NFL.
The Eagles aren’t crazy about the idea of being on the all-access show. But they didn’t have a choice in the matter. They got a call from the league shortly before the start of the season, informing them that they had drawn the short straw.
“There has to be somebody on the show,’’ Eagles president Don Smolenski said. “And if there are no volunteers. Then the league makes a selection.
“There’s a certain criteria – I don’t remember all of the criteria – for those teams that cannot be chosen. And if you don’t fit that criteria, your name goes into a bucket with a group of other teams, and the league picks from the bucket.’’
Domo says it’s a small crew, usually five people or fewer doing the filming on any given day. And look, if the Birds turn this thing around and become “world fucking champions,” then we’ll all be glad that they were forced to participate in this jawn by the NFL.
Here’s an example of what the series looks like: