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.
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Spadaro: Trent Cole, Hugh Douglas a perfect pair for the Eagles' Hall of Fame Class of 2022
The standout edge rushers will be inducted at halftime on Sunday night.
Where are they now? WR Ron Johnson
Ron Johnson reflects on his fondest memories during his five seasons in Philadelphia.
Where are they now? DB John 'Deac' Sanders
John Sanders recalls his bird's eye view of one of the most memorable plays in NFL history and his career changes.
Where are they now? G Rob Selby
Rob Selby reflects on being drafted by Philadelphia in the third-round of the 1991 NFL Draft.
Where are they now? TE Keith Jackson
Keith Jackson reflects on his experience as an Eagle, and how it influenced him to create an after-school academic ministry.
Eagles celebrate the life of Herb Lusk
The former running back served as the team's chaplain for over two decades.
Eagles mourn the passing of Guy Morriss
The starting center from the 1980 NFC Championship Team was 71 years old.
Eagles announce Trent Cole and Hugh Douglas as newest members of Hall of Fame
The star edge rushers will be inducted together at halftime of the team's Sunday night prime-time matchup against the Green Bay Packers on November 27.
Dick Vermeil: 'There will be tears'
On the eve of his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction, the legendary head coach says, "I don't know what heaven is like, but I think I'm living in it right now."
Saving the best for last: Dick Vermeil named closing speaker at Hall of Fame Enshrinement
The former Philadelphia Eagles head coach's induction will take place August 6 in Canton, Ohio.
Where are they now? T Winston Justice
Justice's penchant for community service has carried through into his post-football career.