PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - Just days after bringing the first Super Bowl to the City of Brotherly Love, the Philadelphia Eagles players celebrated their Super Bowl win with a parade down Broad Street with the Lombardi Trophy.
A number of players took to social media to thank fans and pump them up for the big day.
Defensive end Chris Long shared a photo of his outfit today, which is sure to be a fan favorite thanks to his throwback Allen Iverson jersey.
Parade ready pic.twitter.com/tuCQbTkOrY— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 8, 2018
The night before the parade, tight end Zach Ertz shared his excitement ahead of the big day!
I cannot wait until tomorrow!! It’s going to be EPIC!! Let’s make sure to be safe and show the world why this is the City of Brotherly Love. Have fun and be safe! And let’s enjoy this as a PHamILLY! Fly Eagles Fly. https://t.co/ABCAvaFVCg— Zach Ertz (@ZERTZ_86) February 7, 2018
Right guard Brandon Brooks got his day started with a GIF he felt represented his mood.
All-Pro defensive tackle Fletcher Cox sent a parade invite to NFL Network's Kyle Brandt who had the team's back all through the playoffs.
Safety Malcolm Jenkins hung out with Seth Meyers on late night television.
Running back Jay Ajayi also shared his excitement.
Tomorrow I get to celebrate this moment with the city of Philadelphia and fans around the world. I’ll be taking over the @Fanatics Instagram during the parade so make sure to tune in throughout the day #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/I2zlTWZXlN— Jay Ajayi (@JayTrain) February 8, 2018
Former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook was up early getting ready for the parade saying he heard his first chant pretty early.
I just heard my first Eagles chant 15 minutes ago ! Parade day— Brian Westbrook (@36westbrook) February 8, 2018
Tight end Trey Burton, who threw the now famous 'Philly Special' touchdown pass to Nick Foles, reflected on the game while expressing his excitement for the parade.
Still can’t believe it!!! Big shout out to all Eagles fans. Can’t wait to see y’all tomorrow! https://t.co/nhMKZFQA9N— Trey Burton (@TreyBurton8) February 8, 2018
Defensive Tackle Beau Allen was also ready to show off his outfit, which was very patriotic and even featured a GoPro.
Eagles left guard Stefen Wisniewski shared a photo of center Jason Kelce in his Mummer-style get up!
The receivers and tight ends posed for a photo.
Carson Wentz thanked fans for their support and passion.
Chris Long took to Twitter to thank the men and women with the Philadelphia Police Department for making today possible.
I wanna take a minute to thank all the men and women of the Philly Police force that made today possible. It was amazing chaos out there and they were fantastic keeping the buses rolling down broad street and keeping everyone safe!!!— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 8, 2018