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Statements from Lurie and Reid

I just posted on Brian Dawkins' departure so be sure to check out that entry, which includes a YouTube highlight video of No. 20.

Statements from Lurie and Reid

I just posted on Brian Dawkins' departure so be sure to check out that entry, which includes a YouTube highlight video of No. 20.

But this statement from the Eagles just popped in my inbox. Here are statements from Jeffrey Lurie and Andy Reid on Dawkins' departure.

From Lurie:

“Brian Dawkins has been one of the pillars of this franchise for 13 years. He helped lead us to five NFC Championship games and one Super Bowl. Brian embodies everything you look for in a professional athlete and human being. I have been fortunate to witness his impeccable character, his passion for the game of football and his commitment to being the best player he could be. I look forward to continuing a close relationship with him once his playing days are over. His legacy as an Eagle will last forever and will ultimately land him in Canton as a Hall of Famer.”

From Reid:

“Brian is one of the best players in franchise history and one of the most popular players to ever play in the city of Philadelphia. The Eagles organization, as well as the entire fan base, will miss him not only as a player but as a tremendous person. This is the toughest part of my job, no question. He gave this city 13 years of emotional, energetic football. We wish Brian and his family nothing but the best as he continues his career in Denver.”

As difficult as it might be, please try to refrain from using obscenities with your comments.

Sheil Kapadia Philly.com
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