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Jason and Travis Kelce share hilarious brotherly moment in surprise Super Bowl postgame

Jason and Travis Kelce share hilarious brotherly moment in surprise Super Bowl postgame

Andy Reid is a Super Bowl champion.

Fans from Philadelphia to Kansas City and anywhere in between where they serve a nice piece of grilled meat enjoyed watching Big Red and his Chiefs hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy on Sunday night down in Miami.

But if you went to bed shortly after the Fox telecast ended, you may have missed some of the most brotherly love moments on the NFL Network postgame show.

Of course Andy joined the set and said he was actually going to attempt to savor this victory for a few days despite Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes pointing out Andy would probably be back watching film after three days.

Longtime Andy Reid supporters knew how Big Red was going to celebrate.

"I'm going to get the biggest cheeseburger you've ever seen," Reid said. "Might be a double!"

The laughs were flowing.

But perhaps the moment that Eagles fans may enjoy the most was watching Jason Kelce shed nothing but praise for his champion brother Travis while also reminding us all of the greatest championship speech of all time that took place in front of the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The Eagles' center found his way to the NFL Network postgame set to surprise his brother and the crew asked him about any speech advice he may give his brother Travis.

"This man don't need no advice," Jason said. "He's his own man and he's up here hoisting the Lombardi Trophy because he's the best in the game. And he's gonna have the best speech... next to mine!"

It was a hilarious and wonderful moment.

Jason was also rocking an "Andy Reid Appreciator" T-shirt having played for Big Red during his time as the head coach in Philadelphia.

It was a heck of a night for Reid and the Kelce brothers. Couldn't be happier for those guys.

Eagles hold video meeting with possible sleeper pick WR Quartney Davis

Eagles hold video meeting with possible sleeper pick WR Quartney Davis

The Eagles are exploring all options to fix their wide receiver corps in this month's NFL Draft. Fans want Howie Roseman to spend top-tier draft picks on big-name receivers, but the team doesn't seem fixated on just one round.

Which is why they recently held a video conference with Texas A&M wide receiver Quartney Davis, a possible sleeper wide receiver pick who could be available come the later rounds in the draft, according to the Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson.

Davis caught 99 passes for 1,201 yards and 11 TD across his two years with Texas A&M. He saw his receptions and yards jump from 2018 to 2019, but his touchdowns and yards per reception both fell.

NBC Sports Philadelphia's Dave Zangaro explored the Eagles' likely wide receiver options at each level of the draft, and noted Davis could be a solid late-round option to flesh out Carson Wentz's potential weapons.

The Eagles, however, certainly aren't the only team interested in Davis. From Wilson:

"Texas A&M wide receiver Quartney Davis, a rising NFL Draft prospect from Langham Creek High School, has video conferenced with the New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings.

"Davis worked out and met privately for the Arizona Cardinals prior to the social distancing edict from the NFL prompted by the coronavirus pandemic."

Davis, who stands 6-foot-1 and weighs 200 pounds, ran the 40-yard dash at this year's NFL Combine in 4.54 seconds.

It's worth noting that, over the last 20 years, the Eagles have drafted just two wide receivers after the third round who went on to catch at least three touchdowns with the team: Jason Avant and Riley Cooper.

But in a draft noted for its depth at wide receiver, the Eagles are likely checking in on every possible option at the position ahead of April 23.

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NFL Draft Rumors: Eagles could pick these defenders instead of WR in first round

NFL Draft Rumors: Eagles could pick these defenders instead of WR in first round

We're just 15 days from the 2020 NFL Draft, and draft rumors are swirling more than the winds over the Schuylkill. One rumbling we've heard more than once now: the Eagles might be interested in using their No. 21 pick on a defender.

Over at Sports Illustrated on Wednesday, NFL insider Albert Breer answered in a mailbag column one of the hottest questions in this year's draft: Are the Eagles taking a wide receiver in the first round?

And Breer, like Adam Schefter before him, isn't sold. Breer even listed a few possible defensive options the Eagles might like more than, say, LSU wideout Justin Jefferson at No. 21:

I get the idea that Eagles fans are ready to burn the Linc to the ground if Philly doesn’t take one in the first round—given the inactivity in fixing that position this offseason, and awkward contractual spot they’re in with Alshon Jeffery. But I’m not totally convinced it happens.

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Let’s say (Xavier) McKinney is there. Or K’Lavon Chaisson is there. Or (CJ) Henderson is there and the value in pairing him with Darius Slay, and fixing the corner spot once and for all, is too great.

And to further this, let’s say (Ceedee) Lamb and (Jerry) Jeudy are gone. If Henry Ruggs is there, maybe you take him. Or maybe you think to yourself that taking one of the others makes sense, knowing a similar player, in K.J. Hamler, might be around in Round 2. If Ruggs is gone? Then, it’d seem, the value of the defensive guys may further outdistance, say, Justin Jefferson.

The odds say Jefferson is a likely pick for the Eagles, and they've been linked to him many times. But is that more out of convenience and perceived fit?

Howie Roseman is nothing if not a guy who wants to get value out of his draft picks, and if he thinks the best value at No. 21 is taking a cornerback like CJ Henderson instead of a wide receiver like Jefferson, he'll make the defender move every time.

NBC Sports Philadelphia's Reuben Frank examined today some possible options at wide receiver who might be available in the third round. This is a deep wide receiver draft.

Eagles fans are, indeed, hungry for a young star wide receiver. Roseman knows this, but he still might zig on draft night when fans want him to zag.

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