September 16, 2017
It's one of the oldest tricks in the professional sports team content book: Have one of your players go undercover and see how long it takes for anyone to notice.
Some recent examples in Philly include: Former Sixers guard Jrue Holiday at Modell's, former Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson also at Modell's and Clemson quarterback (and eventual Texans quarterback) Deshaun Watson in Rittenhouse Square during the NFL draft.
Well if you're into those sort of light-hearted hijinks, here's another one for you. Eagles tight end Trey Burton recently spent a day working as a waiter at a Chickie's and Pete's while some fans held a fantasy draft. He jokes, pressures them to pick him in their draft and even mocks a Cowboys fan before he's recognized. What fun! You can watch below:
What can't @TreyBurton8 do? He recently went undercover at @ChickiesnPetes while fans held their fantasy draft. #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/flA3O0WRTR— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) September 14, 2017
And just in case you're on one of those weird YouTube kicks where you watch hours upon hours of the same types of videos, here are some other recent examples of athletes going undercover: