The Eagles underdog triumph against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 52 is officially represented and on display in Canton, Ohio’s Pro Football Hall of Fame.
As the season is now officially underway with all 32 teams in Training Camp and the Hall of Fame Game just 3 days away, the museum announced the Eagles display case arrived for all fans to see.
The Display took roughly six months to be added but was well worth the wait with some great artifacts. Eagles fans headed out to see former safety Brian Dawkins inducted into the Hall of Fame this week can catch a glimpse in person while many others have already admired it via the internet below.
We recently received and placed on display, artifacts from the @Eagles #SuperBowlLII victory. Items include the ball caught by QB @NickFoles for a TD in the memorable “Philly Special” trick play & Foles’ game worn jersey in which he won MVP honors. pic.twitter.com/JzN41dueKZ
— Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) July 30, 2018