Former Eagles LS Jon Dorenbos to perform his magic show in August

GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 26: Long snapper Jon Dorenbos
GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 26: Long snapper Jon Dorenbos /

Former Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos is scheduled to perform his magic show in August.

Once you’re in the hearts of the Philadelphia Eagles organization and its’ fans, you’re there for life. Look no further than former long-snapper Jon Dorenbos. ‘The Magic Man’ had long endured himself to the most passionate fan base in professional football, but once he became a contestant on Season 11 of America’s Got Talent, that fact became even more evident.

Eagles fans all over the United States tuned in as Dorenbos’ journey took him all the way to the finals. He’d finish third, but he captured a ton of hearts along the way.

One of the Eagles’ most beloved sons gears up for another show.

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After being placed on Philly’s injured reserve list on December 12th of 2016, Dorenbos found his way to the New Orleans Saints. There he’d, eventually decide to call it a career.

During his career, he also spent time as a member of the Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans, but he’ll probably always be remembered as being a member of the Eagles. It’s there that he spent 11 years, and it’s there that he played for three different head coaches.

Philadelphia also announced, shortly after winning the Lombardi Trophy, that they’d award a Super Bowl ring to Dorenbos as well. Did we mention the love they have for him is real?

A city in love with one of their adopted sons gets another chance to cheer him on.

Typically, special teams players aren’t given hall-of-fame nods, but if Philly inducted ‘The Magic Man’ into their ring of honor, no one would be surprised.

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We have some time before that becomes a conversation though. Let’s get back to more current events. Dorenbos will headline a two -night show in August at Philly’s Sugarhouse Casino, and the dates are August 24th and 25th. He stood in front of sold-out crowds earlier this year, and there’s no reason to believe the house will be any less packed about three months from now.