EAGLES HISTORY - RAY DIDINGER
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: Thank You, Lomas
Lions tackle Lomas Brown provided bulletin board material that ignited the Eagles ahead of their 1995 Wild Card showdown
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
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: 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: Two Unique Paths To The Hall
Merrill Reese and Jeremiah Trotter followed in the footsteps of legends, but carved out their own brilliant careers