The Philadelphia Eagles announced their coaching staff on Wednesday night that will serve under Doug Pederson. Some will be retained, but there are also new coaches coming to town for Doug Pederson.

Among the new coaches working with Pederson is former Eagles/Viking wide receiver Greg Lewis.

Lewis rejoins the Eagles as the team’s wide receivers coach after spending the 2015 season as an offensive assistant with the New Orleans Saints and three seasons coaching in the college ranks.

Lewis signed as a rookie free agent with Philadelphia in 2003 and played eight seasons in the NFL with the Eagles and two with the Minnesota Vikings.

Lewis is remembered for catching a touchdown pass from Donovan McNabb in the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots.

Lewis is probably best remembered for an amazing TD catch he made with the Vikings in a regular season game against the San Francisco 49ers. Time was running out and the Vikings were down by 4 points so a touchdown was paramount in trying to win the game.

He also received an ESPY Award for this catch, as well.