Seahawks’ Jadeveon Clowney calls Eagles fans ‘worst in the world’ after hit on Carson Wentz

The Philadelphia Eagles were forced to play the majority of their wild-card round matchup against the Seattle Seahawks without starting quarterback Carson Wentz after he suffered a hit to his helmet that caused him to be removed from the game on Sunday.

The perpetrator from Seattle was defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, who said after the game that the incident came on a “bang-bang play” and that he had no intention of injuring Wentz. 

Intention aside, the damage was done, and Seattle ultimately won the game 17-9 to advance in the postseason while the Eagles, behind backup quarterback Josh McCown, were sent packing. 

After the game, Clowney had some harsh words for supporters watching the Eagles both at Lincoln Financial Field and at home. 

“Worst fans in the world,” he said, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer

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Russell Wilson gives a voice to the often unseen victims of domestic violence – pets

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is giving a voice to the voiceless. 

Wilson, who has always been exceptionally charitable, is partnering with the Banfield Foundation to raise awareness for the often unseen victims of domestic violence – pets. 

In the United States, less than 10% of shelters for domestic abuse victims are animal-friendly, leaving many sufferers with the difficult choice between staying in a dangerous situation or seeking help, but leaving their beloved pet behind and at risk. 

“It’s heartbreaking when you think about how nearly half of domestic violence victims stay in these situations and relationships because they’re worried and concerned about the safety of their pets,” Wilson told AOL.com.

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