With Brian Dawkins inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night, Eagles fans unsurprisingly flocked in droves to Canton, Ohio, to support one of the franchise's all-time greats. 

Here are some glimpses of the green-jersey-filled scene in Canton:

There were plenty of No. 20 jerseys out early in the day. 


The Super Bowl Theater in the Hall of Fame was a popular place.

But Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was not a popular man Saturday night.

The Eagles’ fight song was the soundtrack of the night. 

And Birds fans made sure to remind everyone who the reigning Super Bowl champions are.

When Dawkins came up to speak, Eagles fans made their presence felt.

Near the end of Dawkins' passionate speech, he thanked all the Eagles fans who made the journey to Canton (see story).

And he expressed his gratitude for all the "crazy" Eagles fans again to NBC Sports Philadelphia's John Clark after his speech.

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