Before the Patriots were the Patriots, the electric quarterback became the first NFL player to throw four touchdowns and rush for 100 yards in a single game.
The Otho Davis Scholarship Foundation awards dinner reunited 10 members of the Eagles Hall of Fame for a night of memories, laughs, and loathing the Dallas Cowboys.
In 1999, Pederson delivered the franchise's first-ever win in Chicago.
The Eagles Hall of Fame quarterback put on a show in front of nearly 300 family and friends to get a win over an upstart Bills team.
Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Tommy McDonald was unexpectedly shipped to the division rival in 1964. You'll be stunned by how McDonald learned of the trade.
The Rams thought Roman Gabriel was finished. He got a fresh start in Philadelphia with three pass catchers who were 6-4 or taller.
On September 29, 1985, the Hall of Fame defensive end made his Eagles and NFL debut against the New York Giants. The Eagles lost the game, but immediately realized White was a player for all time.
The Hall of Fame sportswriter has a "special" connection to the Best Play Ever in Eagles history
The Eagles Hall of Fame inductee was a scoring machine.
The longest-tenured member of the Eagles' defense delivers one of the greatest plays in franchise history to help win the first Super Bowl title.
Relive the NFL Championship Game at Franklin Field against the Packers that is considered the most underrated play in Eagles history.
Relive one of the greatest comebacks in Eagles history, highlighted by a game-winning punt return touchdown from DeSean Jackson.
Fueled by the memory of the late Jerome Brown, the Eagles scored the game's final 26 points to overcome a 20-7 deficit and eliminate the Saints in New Orleans.
In the 2001 season, Donovan McNabb returned to his hometown of Chicago and accounted for three touchdowns, while Hugh Douglas knocked out quarterback Jim Miller in a rout of the Bears.
Three Eagles scored touchdowns in the 1948 and '49 championship games. Two of them are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Ray Didinger introduces you to the third.
Not too many defensive backs could match up to Harold Carmichael's height, but the 6-4 Joe Lavender, nicknamed Big Bird, made the transition from the hardwood to the gridiron.
Fifty-three years ago, the Eagles tied an NFL record with nine interceptions in a single game against the Steelers. Tonight would be a good one to surpass that mark.
Sure, he liked to light himself on fire and chew on glass, but Tim Rossovich was a Pro Bowl player during a turbulent time both on and off the field.
Known as the Hall of Fame coach for the Minnesota Vikings, Grant's NFL career began as an Eagles wide receiver. Ray Didinger writes about the tumultuous pairing.
Jeremiah Trotter and the Eagles mended fences to deliver the franchise's second NFC Championship.
Ray Didinger was one of the few reporters who saw the original Miracle of the Meadowlands unfold live. He recalls that experience on the 40th anniversary of the amazing, unforgettable play.
The Eagles and the Steelers combined forces 75 years ago out of necessity due to World War II.
Ollie Matson was one of the most electric running backs and premier athletes of his generation. The only problem? He was never on a winning team until the twilight of his career in Philadelphia.
Before this generation of dynamic all-purpose running backs, the former first-round pick was one of the league's most valuable – and versatile players.
Ray Didinger recalls the career of Herb Lusk, a former running back who gave up the game for a higher calling after just three NFL seasons.
On October 7, 1950, Russ Craft set an Eagles record in a rematch of the NFL Championship Game from the previous season.
Not many of us ever get to meet our heroes. Ray Didinger not only met him, but helped him accomplish the one thing missing from his remarkable career.
With Seth Joyner and Clyde Simmons entering the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame, all five Pro Bowl players from the Gang Green defense are now enshrined.
The Eagles Hall of Fame quarterback kicked off his tenure in Philadelphia against a franchise that had never won a game. Ron Jaworski didn't want that to change against his new team.
The Eagles haven't been in position to defend a title since 1961. Timmy Brown provided the best start possible to that season.
Lions tackle Lomas Brown provided bulletin board material that ignited the Eagles ahead of their 1995 Wild Card showdown
David Akers is the greatest kicker in Philadelphia Eagles history and tonight he takes his rightful place among the franchise greats in the team's Hall of Fame
Before Jake Elliott's record-setting field goal, the previous mark was also set by a rookie, Tony Franklin, whose unforgettable kicking style helped stun the Cowboys in a Monday night thriller
Tommy McDonald set a franchise record with 237 receiving yards against the Giants on a fog-covered Franklin Field in 1961
Merrill Reese and Jeremiah Trotter followed in the footsteps of legends, but carved out their own brilliant careers