The Latest on Philadelphia’s first Super Bowl victory and the fans’ reaction (all times local):

3:40 p.m.

Walt Disney World is throwing a parade in honor of Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback rode atop a float at Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando Sam Darnold Jersey Elite , Florida, on Monday afternoon.

The parade came a day after Foles led his team to its first Super Bowl victory with a 41-33 win over the New England Patriots.

He threw for 373 yards with three touchdown passes and caught a touchdown pass on a key second-quarter fourth down.

Foles fist-bumped Mickey Mouse amid a shower of green confetti as fans cheered him on. He told the crowd, ”It’s all right to yell. We’re world champs! We did it! We did it!”



3:15 p.m.

The Eagles have landed.

Fresh off their first Super Bowl title, the Philadelphia Eagles arrived home Monday afternoon. Throngs of overjoyed fans greeted the team’s plane at Philadelphia International Airport, cheering wildly and singing ”Fly Eagles Fly.”

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, Coach Doug Pederson and stars like tight end Zach Ertz and running back LeGarrette Blount approached the chain-link fence separating the team from the fans, smiling, pumping their arms and hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. Many players shot video with their cellphones.

The underdog Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 Sunday night.



2:35 p.m.

Philadelphia’s top police official says he got hit in the head by a bottle during one of the big street celebrations of the Eagles’ first Super Bowl victory.

Commissioner Richard Ross tells TV station WPVI that ”the lion’s share of people just celebrate peacefully, but you’re going to get some idiots out there.”

He says bottles were thrown at police officers at times and some suffered minor injuries, including himself.

Ross says that he ”doesn’t get what people do and why they do it.”

Philadelphia officials say there were some acts of vandalism, a gas station was looted and three arrests were made as tens of thousands of people converged on downtown to celebrate the Eagles’ first Super Bowl title.



12:40 p.m.

The date is set for Philadelphia’s Super Bowl victory parade.

The city announced Monday that the parade will be Thursday, starting at 11 a.m. at Broad Street near the stadiums. It will move north along the city’s main thoroughfare, past City Hall and finish at the art museum’s ”Rocky Steps.”

The team is scheduled to arrive at Philadelphia’s airport Monday afternoon.

The Eagles won their first Super Bowl in franchise history Sunday, defeating the New England Patriots 41-33.



11:15 a.m.

Philadelphia’s mayor says the Eagles’ Super Bowl parade will most likely take place on Thursday.

KYW-TV reports Mayor Jim Kenney on Monday set the tentative parade date during an interview on the 94WIP Morning Show.

The National Weather Service says Thursday will be mostly sunny with a high of 34 degrees. Rain and snow are expected in the city Wednesday.

The Eagles won their first Super Bowl in franchise history Sunday, defeating the New England Patriots 41-33.



10:20 a.m.

Philadelphia officials say there were some acts of vandalism, a gas station was looted and three arrests were made as tens of thousands of people converged on downtown to celebrate the Eagles’ first Super Bowl title.

A city spokeswoman says Monday that there were several acts of vandalism where windows were smashed and some injuries were reported around light poles pulled down Sunday night when crowds gathered to celebrate the Eagles 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots.

The city said that other than a ”handful of bad actors” the celebrations were peaceful.

The Philadelphia Fire Department said Sunday was an average day that included nearly 800 EMS incidents Marqise Lee Jersey , about 150 fire incidents, seven structure fires and ”1 Super Bowl championship.”



8 a.m.

Bud Light is spilling the details on how Philadelphia can cash in on its promise of free beer for the city now that the Eagles have won the Super Bowl.

They’re making good on a summertime deal with Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson.

The company tweeted that 25 bars along the parade route will be offering free Bud Light to patrons.

The deal came after Johnson said in an interview last summer that should the Eagles win the Super Bowl, he would give out beer ”to everybody.”

Bud Light tweeted to Johnson ”Let’s make a bet. Win it all and the party is on us. Deal?”

The beer maker went on to change its catchphrase ”Dilly Dilly” to ”Philly Philly” celebrating the Eagles playoff run.



7:30 a.m.

Twelve people were taken to the hospital and six people were arrested during a post-Super Bowl disturbance at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

A university spokesman says about 2,000 people gathered outdoors at the Southwest Residential Area after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 on Sunday night.

Campus police says fights broke out, the crowd threw objects and set off smoke bombs and firecrackers. Police used pepper balls to disperse the crowd and the area was cleared by 11:30 p.m.

Those transported to hospitals suffered from head injuries, lacerations and alcohol intoxication.

Police say those arrested face criminal charges, and if they are students they face puni The Browns remain interested in former Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant while managing without Josh Gordon.

Bryant emerged as a possible backup plan for Cleveland after Gordon stepped away from the team to receive treatment to address his health associated with a recovery from drug addiction. The Browns don't know when Gordon will be back, and in the interim they have discussed signing the temperamental Bryant, who spent eight sometimes combustible seasons with the Cowboys.

Following Friday's practice, Browns coach Hue Jackson would not comment on whether Cleveland's interest in Bryant has progressed to contract talks. On Wednesday, general manager John Dorsey said Bryant was under consideration.

"We are always looking for good players," Jackson said. "We can't get enough of those kind of guys, guys that can make plays with the ball. John is going to keep churning this thing as much as he can, keep finding talent and then see if it fits for us."

The 29-year-old Bryant, a three-time Pro Bowler, could help the Browns offset a prolonged loss of Gordon. But until they know more about Gordon's situation Joe Montana Jersey , the team may not want to make any substantial commitment to Bryant.

And while the Browns discuss adding him, Bryant gave Cleveland and any other suitors more to think about with a Twitter rant aimed at the Cowboys on Friday. The team declined a $5.5 million option on Bryant in April, dropping him for salary-cap considerations.

Earlier this week, Cowboys executive Stephen Jones said in a radio interview that quarterback Dak Prescott had it tough last year "with @DezBryant in his ear."

Bryant fired back with several profane tweets.

Bryant's history of being difficult with coaches and teammates could be enough to drive the Browns away. However, the team may be willing to take a chance without knowing Gordon's status and after wide receiver Ricardo Louis was ruled out for the season following neck surgery.

In their search to upgrade their roster further, the Browns hosted former Washington cornerback Bashaud Breeland and former Cincinnati cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones on Friday. Neither player signed, but they are both under consideration.

Jackson has a strong relationship with Jones as the pair worked together with the Bengals.

Jones does have a long list of off-the-field transgressions, but Jackson said he would not have any problem with the team signing him.

"I do know Adam," he said. "I know what kind of player he is and what kind of person he is. If that happens, if he is on our team, I would love to have him on our team, but he is not right now so we will keep off of that."

Browns running back Duke Johnson believes Jones could bring the team a needed toughness.

"The thing I think I like most about Pacman is the chip he plays with," Johnson said. "We need more guys on this football team that plays with a chip and goes out there and fights tooth and nail for the team."