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March 21-28, 2021

Anthem of the Seas

Cape Canaveral · CocoCay · Nassau

PLAYERS & ALUMNI

10 ACTIVE EAGLES PLAYERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON*

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Brian Westbrook

(2002 – 2009)

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with the Eagles. During his time with the team, he scored 68 touchdowns, third most in franchise history. Westbrook ranks third in franchise history with 5,995 career rushing yards, averaging 4.6 yards per carry. He is a two-time Pro-Bowler, First-Team All-Pro and was inducted into the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame in 2015. Currently, he spends his time as a part of the Athlete’s Venture Group at SeventySix Capital in Philadelphia, PA, as well serving as host of 97.5 The Fanatic Pro Show.

BRIAN DAWKINS

(1996 – 2008)

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of the Eagles defense for 13 seasons. A nine-time Pro Bowler, Dawkins finished his Eagles career in 2008 as the franchise’s all-time leader in games played (183) and interceptions (34). A second-round pick out of Clemson in 1996, Dawkins was recognized as a member of the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 2000s, was voted the starting safety on the Eagles 75th Anniversary Team by the fans and was a five-time All-Pro selection. A self-proclaimed “free-lance safety”, he helped redefine the safety position, notching 26 sacks and 37 forced fumbles in his career, becoming one of five players in NFL history to record at least 30 interceptions and 20 sacks in a career. Dawkins was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018 and the Eagles Hall of Fame in 2012.

Jeremiah Trotter

(1998 - 2001, 2004, 2006, 2009)

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is one of only four linebackers in franchise history to earn Pro Bowl honors at least four times. He helped guide the team to three NFC East crowns and five playoff appearances, including two NFC Championship Games and a berth in Super Bowl XXXIX. Trotter was inducted into the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame in 2016. He continues to lead a number of business ventures from car washes to barbershops in the South Jersey area.

Ike Reese

(1998 - 2004)

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player following the 2004 season. He was also voted as the special teams captain for the 2004 NFC Championship Team. He recorded 196 tackles, 6.5 sacks and two interceptions during his time with the Eagles. He is currently a radio personality for the Philadelphia-based Sportsradio 94WIP with Jon Marks & Ike Reese Afternoon Show.

Harold Carmichael

(1971 - 1983)

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Eagles and owns the team records for receptions, yards receiving and touchdowns. He was inducted into the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame in 1987.

Jason Avant

(2006 - 2013)

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per reception and scored 12 touchdowns during that time. He was named the Eagles’ Ed Block Courage Award recipient in 2010. Avant currently owns three Launch franchises, a premier indoor trampoline park in the South Jersey area.

Quintin Mikell

(2003 - 2010)

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2006 seasons. Mikell also earned Pro Bowl and Second-Team All-Pro Honors following the 2008 season. He totaled 10 interceptions and seven forced fumbles during his career in Philadelphia.

Mike Quick

(1982 - 1990)

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from North Carolina State University, he etched his name into the team’s record books, ranking among the club’s all-time career and single-season receiving leaders in terms of catches (363), yards (6464), and TD’s (61). He earned five consecutive trips to the Pro Bowl in Hawaii from 1983-1987. Quick was inducted into the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame in 1995. He is part of the 94WIP Eagles radio broadcast alongside fellow Eagles Hall of Famer Merrill Reese”

Vince Papale

(1976 - 1978)

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he earned a spot on the Eagles as a 30-year-old rookie in 1976. Papale played in 41 games over his three-year career. His unlikely story inspired the 2006 Hollywood blockbuster, Invincible.

Barrett Brooks

(1995 - 1998)

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four years with the Eagles during the 1995-1998 seasons. He is currently a sports analyst and regular contributor on NBC Sports Philly’s “Philly Sports Talk” and “Quick Slants.”

David Akers

(1998 - 2010)

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regular-season and postseason team records in points (1,323; 134) and field goals made (294; 31). Akers played 12 seasons with the Eagles and played in 188 regular season games. He ranked second in the NFL in points and field goals made. His recognition as one of the league’s best kickers earned him a spot on the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 2000’s. He was inducted into the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame in 2017.

Merrill Reese

(1977 - Present)

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the “Voice of the Eagles” since 1977. As the longest-tenured NFL play-by-play announcer at the time of his induction–which coincided with his 40th season in the radio booth–Reese has called many of the franchise’s most unforgettable moments and games alongside his colleague and fellow Eagles Hall of Fame inductee, Mike Quick. Reese has been honored as a two-time Pennsylvania Sportscaster of the Year by the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters, Broadcaster of the Year by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters and was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.

Dave Spadaro

(1997 - Present)

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22 years ago in 1997 when he was named the Director of New Media, where he oversaw Eagles Digest, the team yearbook, Game Day Magazine and the development of the Eagles team website which was voted as the best in the entire NFL for three consecutive years in a row. He is responsible for the ground-breaking way other NFL teams report on all things coming and going within the organization. Spadaro widely refers to what he does as “Sports Entertainment”, as he can be seen hosting game shows, emceeing events, or leading chalk talks with team coaches and players. As his unique position developed over the years, other teams have followed suit, hiring their own inside team reporter.
*The final list of Players and Alumni is subject to change based on availability.
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