Philadelphia fans aren't the only ones who can't get their fill of Super Bowl championship memorabilia. The Eagles' players want in on the surfeit of champs gear as well.
Take Beau Allen for example. A true man of the people, Allen tweeted his desire for this absolutely beautiful leather jacket commemorating the Eagles victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
Allen tweeted aloud, wondering why the Birds' players hadn't been issued one of these leather jackets yet?
One guess? They retail for a cool $3,000. Totally worth it.
You can pick one up right here for a low $2,999.99. It's listed as a "Men's NFL Pro Line by Fanatics Branded Black/Green Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl LII Champions Full-Button Leather Jacket."
You'll be happy to know it's an officially licensed NFL product and is made in the USA. Just like Beau.
Chris Long is beloved by Philadelphians for much more than rocking a full-lenghth faux fur during the Eagles' Super Bowl championship parade. Most in Philly respect Long because he is one to speak his mind on whatever topic he sees fit. He's also a man of action, not just talk.
So when Fox News host Laura Ingraham attacked LeBron James and Kevin Durant for expressing their views on Donald Trump, Long stood up for his fellow athletes.
"Keep the political commentary to yourself, or as someone once said, 'shut up and dribble,'" Ingraham said.
As someone who hears "stick to sports" on a regular basis, this commentary hit close to home for the Eagles defensive end.
Long took exception and wanted to point out some of the people Ingraham's own network has on for their own political commentary. He launched into a Twitter thread pointing out some of the political experts.
Charles Barkley is beloved in this city unlike many others, so when Chuck talks about how he experienced the Eagles’ Super Bowl victory, we are most certainly here for it.
Sir Charles visited Jimmy Kimmel Live and spoke about winning money on the Eagles Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots.
Jimmy asked Chuck just how much money he won betting on the Birds.
“In Alabama, it’d buy a big condo,” Barkley said with a smile. “In L.A., a small guest house.”
That's more than I won.
Charles told a story about how he was in Philly for the NFC Championship Game and stayed downtown, warning Minnesota Vikings fans about our crazy fans.
“It’s a Philadelphia Eagles town by far.”
He also told a story about playing drunk once in a game for the Sixers.
“I have no idea what happened that game,” he said. “I was blasted, not going to lie.”
Thankfully he said that was the only time he played while intoxicated. I'm going to guess he had a few cold ones after the Eagles won the Super Bowl too. Love you, Chuck.
You can see more from the interview below. Chuck says he hasn't played ball since he retired.