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Philadelphia Eagles Tight End Attacked At Restaurant

Goedert was fine, with no injuries from the hit, after being evaluated at a hospital

Dallas Goedert – the Philadelphia Eagles’ tight end was attacked Friday night at a restaurant, NJ.com reported.

Eagles’ Tight End Sucker-Punched

The Philadelphia Eagles’ tight end Dallas Goedert was attacked without any warning or provocation from the side of Goedert at a restaurant in South Dakota on Friday night while eating a meal with his family.

Fortunately, Goedert was fine, with no injuries from the hit, after being evaluated at a hospital. One person was reportedly arrested by police, who were called to the scene.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted a video of the attack on Sunday, which showed Goedert being sucker-punched without any provocation.

Goedert is the No. 2 tight end in the Eagles offense, which includes Pro Bowler Zach Ertz. A South Dakota native, Goedert played college football at South Dakota State, and is now entering his third season with the Eagles, with the 2019 season being the best of his career. Goedert is expected to have a larger role in the team’s offense in the upcoming season.

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