On Monday night, the Philadelphia Eagles inducted longtime play-by-play announcer Merrill Reese and former All-Pro linebacker Jeremiah Trotter into the team's Hall of Fame. Reese is in his 40th season as the Voice of the Eagles. Trotter was considered the pulse of the early 2000s Eagles defenses that helped lead the team to an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX.
"My greatest accomplishment, as a professional, is to be inducted into the Eagles Hall of Fame," Reese said. "To be recognized as someone who the Eagles feel is worthy of their Hall of Fame."
"I thank God every day that I spent a majority of my career in Philadelphia," Trotter said. "You talk about a first-class organization. You talk about a fan base that is the greatest in the National Football League. That's my home."
We take you on a behind-the-scenes look at the celebration. Click here or on the image below to experience Hall of Fame weekend.