Former Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos continues to stun America with his incredible magic tricks.
The Philadelphia Eagles surely miss Jon Dorenbos’ presence on and off the field. It’s now been two seasons since Dorenbos took his last snap with the Eagles, but at least he hasn’t gone away from the spotlight. In fact, it’s much cooler that the world gets to see Dorenbos’ talent and not just the Eagles locker room. For those who have been rooting for the Eagles since 2006, you might’ve been aware of Dorenbos’ ability to do magic. But it wasn’t until two year’s ago when America got to see Dorenbos do magic for the first time.
During Dorenbos’ final season with the Eagles in 2016, he spent a lot of time flying from Philly to Los Angeles. Since Dorenbos had a bit of a limited role with the Eagles as the long-snapper, the team gave him a ton of slack as Dorenbos followed his dreams of becoming a magician. So the former Eagles special teamer made his name known on America’s Got Talent.
Although Dorenbos didn’t come out on top as the winner, he still made a significant impact on the show with his crazy upbringing, to his phenomenal talent as a magician with a lovable personality.
It’s been a little while since we’ve seen Dorenbos take the stage live on television, but thankfully he’s back. As America’s Got Talent brought back some of their former stars, Dorenbos was fortunately selected. And once again, the former Eagles special teamer put on a jaw-dropping performance in front of the crowd and left the judges stunned once again.
Check out Dorenbos’ newest trick
Along with his incredible trick, Dorenbos decided it was the perfect time to make a major announcement to America. No, he won’t be returning to the football field. Actually, Dorenbos and his wife, Annalise will be having a baby! Now, there will be a little Dorenbos running around, as Jon referred to. After the last few years have been crazy for Dorenbos, it really seems like everything is trending in the right direction for the football player, who translated into a magician.
Hopefully, Dorenbos takes home the cake this time around. We may be biased, but we genuinely believe that Dorenbos deserved to win AGT the first time around. We’ll see what happens soon. But regardless of the end results on AGT, we couldn’t be more proud of the former Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper.