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A week later, there's finally a sports pundit who had a hot take for Jason Kelce's impassioned speech during the Eagles' Super Bowl parade.
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Jones missed the first 15 games of his rookie season, but he watched and learned. He has the pedigree to be a star on what could be a superior defense for years.
ESPN analyst and former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi isn't taking kindly to criticism about his former team from Eagles lineman Lane Johnson.
The NFL's former head of officiating said that Alshon Jeffery wasn't lined up properly on the trick play and that it should have been wiped out.
Third-year linebacker Jordan Hicks watched and learned as the Eagles won a Super Bowl without him. He plans to be a big part of the next one.
Four days have passed, and we're all still talking about the passionately profane speech delivered by Jason Kelce during the Eagles Super Bowl parade.