Three brothers took the Cowboys and Eagles game way too seriously, and ended up hospitalized and arrested for beating the crap out of each other in the stands at AT&T Stadium.
The video of their brawl went viral hours after the game -- most people thought they were just opposing fans, but TMZ Sports has learned they were blood. Arlington cops tell us they'll all be charged with different degrees of assault. Meet the bros:
- Jorge Castillo punched his brother, Ignacio ... and got arrested for misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.
- Jose Castillo was arrested for simple assault with provocative contact and failure to obey a police officer.
- Ignacio Castillo was not arrested, yet ... and only because he's laid up in a hospital. Cops say he'll be charged with felony assault on an officer for allegedly spitting blood on a cop trying to stop the fight.
Fun fact: Cops tell us there were 2 other fights that ended with arrests -- and both of those also involved relatives!
At least one Philadelphian has Chip Kelly's back ... and it might be the biggest one of all -- Sylvester Stallone who's begging the city NOT to throw in the towel on the football coach just yet.
With the Eagles nursing a 1-3 record and the offense looking more like Glass Joe than Rocky ... Stallone says things may be looking bad, but Philly has always been an underdog city ripe for a comeback.
"Give him time to develop. It's a new time. It's a new era," Stallone says ... "I don't think it's time for Chip's ahoy yet."
Turns out, the Philadelphia congressman who took Pope Francis' water cup after his holiness spoke in D.C. last month says he's willing to let Chip Kelly take a swig from the glass -- if it can help the team!
We spoke with Congressman Bob Brady who says he's still a huge Kelly supporter -- despite the fact they're struggling this season with a 1-3 record.
So, if it means bringing Kelly to his office to sip from the holy cup ... Brady says he's 100% on board!
There's just one problem with the potential divine intervention -- their next opponent is the Saints.
The Philadelphia Eagles know they done messed up now ... 'cause Sly Stallone -- a Philly Icon -- says the team totally crapped the bed ... by cutting Tim Tebow.
Stallone's been well on-record with his love for Tebow ... predicting to TMZ Sports that Tim would make the final 53 man roster when we got him out in Beverly Hills last week.
Well that didn't happen ... Tim was cut from the Eagles' roster this past Saturday and when we ran into Stallone again in Beverly Hills, (the man likes what he likes), he was none too pleased about the decision.
"Everyone freakin' blew it, it's a mistake. He's an underdog, like Rocky."
Check out the clip -- Stallone goes on to say it's not over for Tebow ... telling our guy Timmy is a "late bloomer" who could still figure out the NFL.
Good news for Tebow? When we asked Stallone what Tim should do now that his on-field future looks pretty bleak ... Sly had a very interesting answer.
Tim Tebow's NFL career is up in the air -- maybe literally -- because he was reportedly spotted at the airport in Philly moments ago ... and now everyone's wondering, DID HE GET CUT???
Our friends at CrossingBroad.com posted the photo (sent by @CrimJimmegan) -- which appears to show Tebow walking through the airport with his bags. It doesn't necessarily mean he's been cut, but it's got everyone buzzing.
After the way he balled out last night, most people thought he'd make the squad -- but you never know with the NFL.
We called the Philadelphia Eagles and spoke with multiple people -- but Eagles staffers kicked us around and no one would tell us Tim's current status with the team.
Now, Mike Vick knows how all those defenders felt ...
The NFL quarterback got crossed over HARD at his celebrity basketball game in Virginia this week ... and was left swingin' at air ... and the culprit is one of his closest friends -- LeSean McCoy!
The two former Philadelphia Eagles teammates hit the hardwood at Warwick High School in Newport News -- where Vick grew up -- to raise money for the Mike Vick Foundation, which works with underprivileged kids.
We're told Vick beat McCoy in a 40-yard dash a few years ago ... and McCoy had vowed revenge ... which he finally got on the court.