Found December 21, 2012 on Philly Sports Muse:
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Andy Reid’s final stand will come at the Linc on Sunday. Image via GCobb.com Regardless of the outcome of Sunday’s game at Lincoln Financial Field between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins, it will be significant day in the franchise’s history. Why? Because it will very likely mark the last game in Philadelphia for Andy Reid, the last time he will have an opportunity to interact with thousands of Eagles fans. How will the good-bye go? Will fans boo? Will they applaud? The curiosity of seeing the final reception for Reid from Birds fans may well override the storyline of the three-way tie in the NFC East that will, in part, take place on the field. We already know, of course, that the Eagles are the only team in the division with no part of that race. Players like LeSean McCoy, who will take to the field Sunday after recovering from a concussion, doesn’t want to think about the rapidly approaching steps leading to the end of Reid’s tenure in Philadelphia. “I’m not t...
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