Minnesota Vikings send Philadelphia Eagles’ fans who donated to charity some Super Bowl confetti

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Football: Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles (9) victorious, holding daughter Lily after winning game vs New England Patriots game at US Bank Stadium. Minneapolis, MN 2/4/2018 CREDIT: Simon Bruty (Photo by Simon Bruty /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images) (Set Number: X161662 TK1 )

MINNESOTA– Maybe Minnesota Vikings’ fans aren’t sore losers after all.

According to ESPN, the Vikings sent confetti from the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl win to about 24 fans that had donated to the Minnesota Vikings Foundation shortly after Philadelphia beat the Minnesota in the NFC Championship Game.

The Vikings’ team spokesperson, Jeff Anderson, told ESPN, “”We just felt it would be a nice gesture to some classy fans.”

The note that fans received with the confetti reportedly read, “Your positive attitude and great sportsmanship towards the¬†Minnesota Vikings¬†will not go unnoticed or unappreciated.”

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