Pederson knows just how much Super Bowl win means to Eagles fans

Eagles' Victory Proves That Activism Is Not A Distraction

The cute pics showed Oberg ecstatically leaping into Wentz's arms after accepting his proposal, then showing off her new bling.

At the end of the parade, Lurie, Pederson, Foles, Wentz and others gave traditional speeches about how the Eagles plan to do it again.

Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrate the team's victory in NFL Super Bowl 52 between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, Feb. 4, 2018, in downtown Philadelphia.

They defeated the Patriots 41-33, securing their first ever Super Bowl win.

After parading through the streets, the team finished their route at the Philadelphia Museum of Art atop the iconic "Rocky" steps, and members of the team took turns at the microphone speaking about what it meant to bring home the championship.

In what can only be described as a half-victory speech, half-WWE promo and all incredible, the Eagles offensive lineman went on a five-minute tirade that made everyone in Philly want to run through a wall.

Meanwhile, a writer with the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper wants to know that despite headlines coming from national and worldwide media on Eagles fans' celebrations after the Super Bowl, the city did not burn to the ground.

For the city's first Super Bowl parade, more than 2 million people flooded the streets, probably surpassing the crowds of Pope Francis's visit to the city in 2015.

Practically the entire city will be closed for business for Thursday's celebrations, including all museums, the Philadelphia Zoo and city courts.

Kelce mentioned that general manager Howie Roseman was banished to a corner of the Eagles facilities when he got demoted for Chip Kelly, "where I didn't see him for over a year".

"I don't think words can really describe what is going on here today". He called out former National Football League executive Michael Lombardi ("some clown named Mike Lombardi", Kelce called him), who called Doug Pederson the least qualified coach he had ever seen.

"It's only the beginning", Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McLeod said. "You saw a driven Doug Pederson, a man who went for it on fourth down in the Super Bowl with a trick play". Know what I have to say to all of those fans who doubted us? "I can't agree to every speaking engagement out there because my goal is to win another one". No official estimate was released for the parade after the Phillies won the World Series in 2008, but experts have said that crowd likely didn't exceed 750,000.

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