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Trace McSorley Serves Up Drinks At Eagles Autism Foundation Fundraiser

Following his recent engagement, Trace McSorley traveled down the shore this week to help raise money for the Eagles’ autism awareness charity.

The former Penn State quarterback was spotted at Sea Isle City’s Ocean Drive bar Wednesday serving up drinks as a guest bartender. McSorley’s surprise appearance came as part of Philadelphia Eagles star Jason Kelce’s fundraiser for the Eagles Autism Foundation.

From 4 to 8 p.m., Kelce and friends manned the bar and served drinks while attempting to raise $20,000 for the foundation. Bartenders’ tips and a portion of the sales were donated to the Eagles Autism Foundation, too.

All in all, the event crushed Kelce’s goal and wound up raising $50,000. Kelce and his wife, Kylie, matched that total to bring the fundraiser up to a cool $100,000.

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