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- Just days after bringing the first Super Bowl to the City of Brotherly Love, the Philadelphia Eagles players are ready to parade down Broad Street with the Lombardi Trophy.

On Thursday, February 8th, people from throughout South Jersey began lining the five-mile route before dawn and organizers say they were prepared for as many as two million people.

According to Tuesday's press conference, the 5-mile parade will kick off at 10:45 am outside of Lincoln Financial Field in South Philadelphia and will conclude with a ceremony at 1 pm at the Philadelphia Art Museum.

Plus, Eagles fans outdo themselves again with their postgame celebration.

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Stage is set for the Eagles parade.

The parade has also touched off a bit of a beer war.

The parade caps a glorious week for jubilant fans celebrating an National Football League title that had eluded them for almost 60 years.

After a food fight broke out at a Philly convenience store after the Super Bowl win, two cops were on duty at the location ahead of Thursday's parade.

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If you weren't able to trek to the parade route and see everything up close, we've got you covered. All 50,000 special parade day tickets for the SEPTA regional railroad lines sold out. Weekly and month passes are valid, however. Given the crowds, CNN asked him how long it took to get there.

Meanwhile, working off surveillance video, social media posts and eyewitness accounts, police announced Wednesday they had made at least eight arrests stemming from the violence and vandalism that occurred during street celebrations late Sunday and early Monday. Police said the photographer was hit in the face with his camera and punched a number of times in in the head, suffering cuts, bruises and other injuries.

"What I don't understand is how dumb people can really be", the mayor said.

"Hey Philly, I love you", Celek screamed into the microphone.

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