Eagles' head of security bumped from sideline for Cowboys game

The Philadelphia Eagles stated on Saturday morning that head of security Dom DiSandro will not be watching the sidelines for the team's game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.

Following the sideline altercation between DiSandro and San Francisco 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw last week, a decision has been made.  

DiSandro was ordered to leave the sidelines by officials, and Greenlaw was expelled from the competition.

We're still in communication with the NFL about this, and we'll abide by the present restrictions.

Dom will carry out his responsibilities with the team in all other roles even though he won't be on the sidelines this Sunday, according to a statement released by the Eagles.

According to ESPN, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met with DiSandro and other Eagles officials on Friday at the league office in New York.

On November 5, the NFC East-leading Eagles (10-2) defeated Dallas (9-3) at Philadelphia, 28-23. On Sunday in Arlington, Texas, the division rivals will play the final game of their season series.