The Voice of the Eagles traveled a long, hard road to get to where he is. On Monday night, Merrill Reese will be inducted into the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame along with former linebacker Jeremiah Trotter. Click here or on the image below to learn more about the man who has brought Eagles games to life since 1977. And make sure to check back all week long for more great stories about the Class of 2016. !(https://spark.adobe.com/page/PtfKNiYlXMMKu/)
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Bill Bergey opens up about his battle with cancer
The Eagles Hall of Fame linebacker was diagnosed with jaw cancer two years ago.
Where Are They Now? OL Matt Tobin
A reliable, trusted reserve during his time in Philadelphia, Matt Tobin is applying those same principles in his post-football career.
Maxie Baughan and Al Wistert named Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalists
Eagles Hall of Fame inductees reach final 12 for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Seniors category.
Where are they now? P John Teltschik
John Teltschik spoke about his experience as an Eagle under Buddy Ryan and what he learned during his four years in Philadelphia.
Where are they now? FB Anthony Toney
Toney provided a 1-2 punch with Keith Byars out of the backfield that propelled the Eagles to three straight playoff runs.
Where are they now? QB Johnnie Walton
The first Black quarterback in Eagles history, Walton was recently inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame.
Eagles mourn the passing of Pro Football Hall of Fame tackle Bob Brown
The three-time Pro Bowl selection with the Eagles and one of the all-time great offensive linemen, Brown passed away Friday at the age of 81. 'There was nothing he couldn't do with his combination of size, strength, and superior ability.'
LeSean McCoy gives 'take it to the house' a whole new meaning
The Eagles' all-time leading rusher is enriching his hometown with new, affordable housing.
Where are they now? S Quintin Demps
The former mid-round pick is now a head coach in the college ranks.
Eagles mourn the passing of Frank LeMaster
The Pro Bowl linebacker was an integral part of the 1980 NFC Championship Team.
Eagles mourn the passing of Gary Pettigrew
Pettigrew was an Eagle for nine seasons, from 1966-74.