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Planning a wedding is probably one of the most stressful things a bride will ever go through, but Meagan Cusack had no problem piling more onto her plate if it meant creating a memorable experience for her soon-to-be husband. Cusak recently decided to throw her fiance Will Sakellaris a surprise lunch that featured a guest appearance from Philadelphia Eagles legend Brian Dawkins....
The Eagles have announced that they will retire Brian Dawkins' No. 20 jersey during a home game next season. Dawkins will be the eighth Eagle to have his number retired.
In Dawk we trust. Image via nj.com
Legendary safety and former Philadephia Eagle Brian Dawkins announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday after 16 seasons in the league.
Dawk made the announcement via Twitter, saying
“The lord has blessed me to play in the NFL for 16 years. I would like to thank the Eagles & the Broncos 4 believing in me. I would like 2 thank all my teammates...
PHILADELPHIA- The Eagles just released a statement that they have found a special way to honor the time that Brian Dawkins spent with the team.
On September 30th they will bring ” the Wolverine” out to embrace the Philly fans one more time when they face their in-division rivals the New York Giants.
Owner Jeffery Lurie shared his thoughts on what Brian brought to the team and...
“Can you feel that? Can you feel this that dog-gone beating in your chest? Can you feel what is about to happen out here on this field man?”
That Brian Dawkins pre-game speech given in the huddle to his then Eagles team mates has been recited by my kid to his teammates before just about every game he has played since 2008.
Brian Dawkins inspired him like so many others to...
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The Denver Broncos‘ new players have been working with the equipment staff to select new numbers for the 2012 season. As of Wednesday, fourteen players have finalized their jersey numbers.
WR Brandon Stokley — No. 14.
CB Tracy Porter — No. 29.
DT Justin Bannan — No. 97.
You can see the complete list on DenverBroncos...
Quarterback Peyton Manning (36, 14 seasons) may not be the most experienced player on the Broncos’ roster this season, as strange as that sounds. If safety Brian Dawkins (38, 16 seasons) returns for the 2012 season, the nine-time Pro Bowler would become the oldest and most experienced player in Denver.
While he hasn’t made his decision yet, Dawkins would like to return for...
Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins (20) blocks Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer during the fourth quarter of their NFL football game in Oakland, California, November 6, 2011. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach
Despite Mike Klis’ report that Brian Dawkins is “expected to retire,” it appears that Dawkins would like to return in 2012. Per Ray Didinger of CSNPhilly.com, Dawkins...
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, safety Brian Dawkins might decide to retire.
Dawkins suffered a neck injury this past season that ended his season prematurely. He’ll be 39 years-old in October and has to wonder if playing one more season is really worth it.
If Dawkins decides to not retire, he’ll likely be back with the Broncos, since he’s under contract with...
Broncos veteran safety Brian Dawkins has not played in Denver’s last four games due to a neck injury he suffered against the Bears several weeks ago. Several reports noted that Dawkins’ injury may have ended his career.
According to CBS4′s Vic Lombardi however, Dawkins says that his injury is not career-threatening.
Just got done interviewing Dawkins for a piece I’m doing...