Eagles fans will probably never stop reliving the first Super Bowl title in franchise history.
While watching highlights, wearing championship apparel and occasionally just looking in the mirror and reminding yourself, "We won the Super Bowl" are all good ways of remembering what the Birds accomplished, there's a pretty unique new way that you'll be able to experience it all over again.
On July 24, the Mann Center will be hosting "A Championship Season," a special event to honor the Eagles.
Going by the Mann Center's description, it should be an incredible night.
The Mann Center, NFL Films, and the Philadelphia Eagles take center stage this summer to celebrate the Eagles’ Championship Season with the world premiere of this “Philly Special” concert event. Hosted by the “Voice of the Eagles,” Merrill Reese, relive NFL Films’ stunning video highlights of the Philadelphia Eagles Championship Season on three giant screens alongside the great Philadelphia Orchestra, performing live the inspiring, uplifting and wonderfully symphonic music of NFL Films.
Part of the proceeds from "A Championship Season" will benefit the Eagles Autism Challenge and the Mann Center's free art education programs.
If you want to be part of the epic celebration, get your tickets here.
As Doug Pederson would say, there's plenty of work left to do.
But let's be honest, most of us are fans. So we can savor Saturday's victory over the Falcons a little longer than the Eagles players who have to get right back to work to prep for the Vikings this coming weekend.
And the Eagles official accounts have been producing some beautiful content ever since Julio Jones slipped, got up, and let the ball sail through his finger tips.
My favorite thus far -- and I'm partial, because you can see me for a split second at the 23-second mark -- is the final play of the Falcons' drive that ended with the huge 4th and goal from the 2 yard line sync'd up with Merrill Reese's call and fan-filmed reactions. It's a work of art.
Next up is a pretty sweet 360 view of the celebration in the locker room. You've seen Jeffrey Lurie dancing like a maniac by now, but this is a unique perspective you can literally see from every angle.
And for some extra chills, enjoy the national anthem. Love the fans joining in the singing.
The Eagles continue to deliver on and off the field.
Every Philly fan went a little bonkers on Sunday when new running back Jay Ajayi took it 46 yards to the house for his first touchdown of the season and first as a member of the Eagles.
It was an impressive effort and finish.
And we've all listened to Merrill Reese call hundreds of touchdowns over the years but have you actually seen video of him get animated during the call?
Well, thanks to the Eagles' Twitter account you can watch Merrill get up out of his seat and get amped during the call.
Much more on Ajayi's big debut here. And please enjoy watching Merrill's call below.