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McCoy's Gear On Display At Hall Of Fame

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Running back LeSean McCoy has finally been contained. Well, his gear anyway.

On Monday, the Eagles shipped McCoy's jersey, gloves and cleats from his franchise-record 217-yard performance against the Lions to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. The items were received by the Hall of Fame on Tuesday and placed on display Wednesday for fans to see.

"That's something special," McCoy said. "That's something my son can see and like and look up to and challenge him to make it there."

In what has already been a remarkable season for the Eagles, this is not the first Hall of Fame display for the team. Nick Foles' gear from his seven-touchdown performance at Oakland shares a display case with Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning's gear from his seven-touchdown game in the season opener vs. Baltimore.

And, well, since you definitely want to watch/can't get enough of the highlights of McCoy's record-setting day frolicking through the snow once again, here you go:

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