4 Philadelphia Eagles are given a nod of historic proportions

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General view of the exterior of the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Four members of the Philadelphia Eagles family got a monumental nod on April 6th as the Pro Football Hall of Fame and NFL announced the All-Decade Team for the 2010s.

The phrase “once a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, always a member of the Eagles” is admittedly one that hasn’t often been uttered by the many members of the most loyal fanbase in all of the professional sports, but anyone who knows anything about the NFL knows how much fans love this team.

Sure, players and coaches come and go, but every Eagles fan keeps up with the former members of this great fraternity very well. That’s why we all can smile when Dick Vermeil or Andy Reid win a Super Bowl.

April 6th kicked off the first full work week of our great nation’s fourth month for quite a few American citizens, but it also marked another big day if you’re a football fan. The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its All-Decade Team for the 2010s with the unveiling of an offense and by naming a few defensive standouts that will make a few offensive coordinators stay up at night.

Then, they named a pretty outstanding set of coaches. One current and three former Eagles made the cut. Here’s what The Hall came up with.

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