Jeff Lurie has turned into Willy Wonka for a good cause.
The Eagles on Wednesday announced that they're going to raffle off a Super Bowl ring and all the proceeds will go to the Eagles Autism Challenge, Inc.
This is pretty cool.
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The coolest part is that the ring the Eagles will give away on Dec. 3 before Monday Night Football against Washington at the Linc, is the real deal ring. The one the players got, with all 219 diamonds and 17 green sapphires. And it'll be personalized.
The contest is underway and runs through Sept. 30 at 11:59 p.m. Fans can enter the contest by making a donation to the Eagles Autism Challenge, starting at $10 for 100 entries. The fan who wins will also get 50-yard line seats to that Dec. 3 game.
There are also other incentives for fans who submit 2,500 entries or more.
The Eagles have already done incredible work through their autism challenge, raising over $2.5 million at the inaugural event in May. This is a pretty cool way to raise even more money for a good cause.