Eagles defense steps up in big win over Carolina Panthers

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A video of a Carolina Panthers fan punching a man in the stands at their home game Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles has gone viral. The graphic video then shows the Panthers fan sucker-punch the older fan sitting behind him.

The attacker then forces his female friend to give up her quarrel as the two make their way toward the exit, leaving the man as blood drips down his face and stains his white T-shirt. And Kuechly is no stranger to dealing with injuries, more specifically concussions.

The defense shut the door both times, ending one drive with an interception by cornerback Jalen Mills, and forcing an incompletion on fourth-and-one with just one minute and 22 seconds to play in the game, locking up an Eagles' win that moved them to 5-1.

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"We have reviewed video tape of the incident and have identified the perpetrator", the Panthers aid in a statement.

An Instagram user identified as Warren C shared the video and explained what led to the fight. "We are working with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department to pursue charges to the fullest extent of the law", Panthers Executive Director of Risk Management Lance Emory said. He told responding officers that the man in front of him had been standing the whole game.

Stay with WCNC NBC Charlotte as this story continues to develop.

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