Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Marquise Goodwin to be featured on E60
Make sure you watch E60 on Father’s day if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.
As Philadelphia Eagles fans or as fans of any other NFL team, there are so many avenues in which you can pull content involving the “Birds” these days. Would it be a stretch to say that, in a world where YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Reddit rule, we’ve forgotten about one of the most basic forms of entertainment? It’s called television.
Believe it or not, there are times where those large flatscreens that we purchase can take a backseat to cellular devices and tablets, but occasionally, there’s something cool that we can find on TV to watch.
If you’re a “Birds” fan, circle Father’s Day on your calendar for more reasons than one.
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As Father’s Day approaches, we all have mixed emotions. Some of us are gearing up to spend a day with ours. Other’s smile or shed a tear as they reminisce of one who’s no longer with us. Others still celebrate men who stepped into the role and responsibility that a biological father ignored. Then, there’s a segment that often gets ignored.
There are the fathers and mothers, for that matter, who have experienced the heartbreak of having to outlive their children. It’s devastating when a parent has to shoulder the pain of burying their loved ones, especially one who should have buried them.
For new Eagles wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, the ups and downs he and his wife Morgan have experienced will be shared on a Father’s Day broadcast of ESPN’s highly-popular E60.
Their story is one that should encourage and inspire families who have experienced loss. It airs on Sunday, June 21st. make sure you’re in front of the television or pulling out your cell phone or tablet to check that one out. If all you know about Goodwin is what he did on the football field, you’re missing a big part of a more important story.