The Philadelphia Eagles won’t have head of security Dom DiSandro on the sideline for Sunday’s NFC East shutdown with the Dallas Cowboys.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, DiSandro will be barred from the sidelines following the altercation with San Francisco 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw last Sunday.
Schefter added that Greenlaw will be fined for the incident. Earlier this week, DiSandro and other Eagles officials met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell at the league office, and the league is reviewing additional material to determined if further discipline is warranted.
DiSandro is able to travel with the team to Dallas and perform all of his regular duties prior to kickoff, but he won’t be allowed on the sideline during the game.
The Eagles released this statement:
DiSandro has worked for the Eagles since 1999. His official title with the organization is senior advisor to the general manager/chief security officer and he “oversees all safety and security matters for players, coaches, and executives.”