Sport LOOK: Eagles’ Corey Clement gets awesome Super Bowl tattoo

20:56  13 february  2018
20:56  13 february  2018 Source:   The Sports Post

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Super Bowl champ Corey Clement just made a LIFETIME deal with Philly -- as in, he just got the Eagles mascot tatted on his arm! Clement BEASTED OUT in Super Bowl 52 in Minnesota

Another day, another (at this point atleast) idiot getting a Super Bowl prediction tattoo . But this isn’t any prediction. New Image Shows Corey Clement ’s TD For Eagles In Super Bowl

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This could turn relatively awkward should Corey Clement suit up for another NFL team during his career. But for now, the young running back appears to consider himself a member of the Philadelphia Eagles for life.

After earning a Super Bowl ring in his first NFL season, the former Wisconsin standout decided to get a Super Bowl tattoo to celebrate the occasion. And it’s all sorts of glorious.

Here’s another angle from Clement’s personal Instagram account.

Fly, Eagles Fly, indeed.

We have to say this is some pretty impressive work right here.

As Clement notes on his IG post, the art was done by Dan Czar, who also posted some photos of the great work on his account.

To both Czar and Clement, we say job well done.

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