Eagles bringing back player introductions for home games
Remember the days of Donovan McNabb pointing to the sky coming out of the tunnel or Brian Dawkins crawling out onto the field and screaming to get the road
Remember the days of Donovan McNabb pointing to the sky coming out of the tunnel or Brian Dawkins crawling out onto the field and screaming to get the road fired up?
Those player introductions were two of the most memorable ones for the Philadelphia Eagles in recent memory. More will be created starting Sunday.
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According to Jimmy Kempski of the Philly Voice, player introductions are returning to Lincoln Financial Field prior to Eagles home games, beginning with this Sunday's contest against the Minnesota Vikings.
Over the past few seasons, the Eagles have come out as a team. Not as exciting as a player introduction where each Eagles player can show their creativity coming out of the tunnel.
Fans heading to Lincoln Financial Field may want to get into their seats early for this one.
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