Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has a rather well known special guest in his owner’s box during Super Bowl LII.
Actor Bradley Cooper was hanging out in the owner’s box for the Super Bowl. In fact, he was seen cheering on the team after they scored a touchdown to take a 9-3 lead.
— Mashable (@mashable) February 5, 2018
Cooper is from Philadelphia and a huge Eagles fan. He got a chance to become close to the team and some of its players when he filmed the 2012 movie “Silver Lining Playbook” in which he played an Eagles fan. His role in that movie actually caused a little controversy in the NFL at one point.