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EAGLES HISTORY - RAY DIDINGER
Didinger: Brandon Graham's long, hard climb to a championship-defining play
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.
Didinger: The play that decided the Eagles' 1960 Championship season
Relive the NFL Championship Game at Franklin Field against the Packers that is considered the most underrated play in Eagles history.
Didinger: Philly Special symbolic of Eagles' drive to Super Bowl Championship
The Hall of Fame sportswriter has a "special" connection to this nominee for the Best Play Ever which you, the fans, get to choose.
Didinger: Miracle of the Meadowlands, No. 2
Relive one of the greatest comebacks in Eagles history, highlighted by a game-winning punt return touchdown from DeSean Jackson.
Didinger: 'Bring It Home For Jerome' Inspires Comeback Win In New Orleans
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.
Didinger: Remember The Last Eagles-Bears Playoff Showdown?
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.
Didinger: The Unlikeliest Championship Game Hero
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.
Didinger: Big Bird Was Once An Eagle
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.
Didinger: Can Eagles Break This Record Against Rams?
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.
Didinger: Tim Rossovich, A Wild Man Burning To Make A Difference
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.
Didinger: Bud Grant, An Eagles Iconoclast
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.
Ray Didinger: The Axe Man's Rebirth
Jeremiah Trotter and the Eagles mended fences to deliver the franchise's second NFC Championship.
Didinger: Miracle Of The Meadowlands, 40 Years Later
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 Steagles: An Unforgettable 1943 Season
The Eagles and the Steelers combined forces 75 years ago out of necessity due to World War II.
Didinger: The One Move Joe Kuharich Got Right
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.
Didinger: Keith Byars, A Player Ahead Of His Time
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.
Didinger: 'The Praying Tailback' Makes History vs. Giants
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.
Didinger: Russ Craft, Small But Mighty
On October 7, 1950, Russ Craft set an Eagles record in a rematch of the NFL Championship Game from the previous season.
Ray Didinger: A Farewell To My Hero
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.
Ray Didinger: The Gang Is Back Together
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.
Ray Didinger: Ron Jaworski's Victorious Debut Against The Bucs
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.
'We're Still The Champs': A Look Back At The 1961 Eagles
The Eagles haven't been in position to defend a title since 1961. Timmy Brown provided the best start possible to that season.
Didinger: Pete Retzlaff Is A Tough Act To Follow
Black And Blue: The Story Of The 1980 NFC Championship Game
Didinger: Thank You, Lomas
Lions tackle Lomas Brown provided bulletin board material that ignited the Eagles ahead of their 1995 Wild Card showdown
Didinger: A Loss Worth Celebrating
Didinger: Nick Foles Quieted His Critics Four Years Ago In Oakland
Didinger: Do You Remember The Last Eagles-Rams Game At The Coliseum?
Didinger: 1987 NFL Strike Added Another Chapter To Eagles-Cowboys Rivalry
Didinger: Charlie Garner, Eagles Gave Steve Young's 49ers A Wake-Up Call
Chuck Weber: Much More Than The 'Other Chuck' On 1960 Title Team
Simply No Debate: David Akers Is The Greatest Kicker In Eagles History
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
Didinger: The Hawk Was Once The NFL's Most Dangerous Receiver
Ray Didinger On Tony Franklin, The Barefoot Cannon
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
Ray Didinger: Eagles Hope Los Angeles Treats Them Better Than San Diego
Ray Didinger: Tommy McDonald Shines In The Controversial First Fog Bowl
Tommy McDonald set a franchise record with 237 receiving yards against the Giants on a fog-covered Franklin Field in 1961
Didinger: Can The Eagles Repeat What Happened In 1972?
Ray Didinger: The Day Wilbert Montgomery's Career Took Flight
Ray Didinger: Jimmy Gal Connected Generations Of Eagles Football
Didinger: Brian Dawkins Belongs In The Hall
Dawkins, Owens One Step Closer To Canton
McDonald And Brown: Speed And Power
Didinger: 44-6 Was A Rout For The Ages
Didinger: Two Unique Paths To The Hall
Merrill Reese and Jeremiah Trotter followed in the footsteps of legends, but carved out their own brilliant careers
Jaws To Quick: The NFL's Longest Pass Play
Didinger: Pete Pihos A Player Worth The Wait
Didinger: How Will We Remember Sunday?
Didinger: Eagles Proved A Point In '47 Battle
Didinger: Who Was Davey O'Brien?
Didinger: The Return That Silenced Critics
Didinger: The Campbell Fans Should Know
Didinger: Wistert Was Something Special
Didinger: Goldston, Stevens Were Pioneers
Didinger: 2004 Team Provided Super Feeling
Didinger: Blizzard Didn't Stop '48 Title Run
1980 Eagles: A Special Time, A Special Team
Didinger: Maxie Baughan Was Philly Tough
Chuck Bednarik: A Real American Hero
Didinger: Pope Blessed The 1980 Team
Didinger: Gifford, Bednarik And The Hit
Didinger Pens Play About Tommy McDonald
Didinger: An All-Time Great Glue Guy
Didinger: Bednarik Was The Greatest Eagle
'The Hit' Still Resonates After All These Years
Didinger: Ed Sabol Was A True Pioneer
Didinger: Ten Years Ago, A Glorious Win
Didinger: Burnout Ended Vermeil's Tenure
Didinger: A Looney Chapter Of Eagles History
Didinger: When The Eagles Almost Left Philly
Didinger: Wilbert Had The Heart Of A Lion
Didinger: The Bounty Bowl, 25 Years Later
Didinger: Eric Allen Belongs In The Hall
Didinger: The Eagles' Medicine Man
Didinger: The Eagles Brought The Pain
Didinger: Inside The One-Yard War
Didinger: The End Of An Era
Didinger: The Eagles' Knockout Kicker
Lurie Remains Focused On The Ultimate Goal
Didinger: Meet The First Great Tight End
Didinger: The Year They Were One
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