Leonard Weaver Retires as an Eagle, Recalls Favorite Memories With Mike and Todd
It didn't take long for Leonard Weaver to become beloved in the city of Philadelphia.
Weaver's Eagles career lasted just over a year, but that didnt stop him from retiring as a member of the Eagles.
Weaver did that today at the Novacare Complex and after his press conference he called "The Sportsbash" to reminisce his time with the Eagles.
"Definitely the Pro Bowl," Weaver recalled.
Weaver was elected to his first and only Pro Bowl in 2009, his first season with the Eagles and shared about his time blocking for Brian Westbrook and Donovan McNabb.
Weaver also had a chance to sit down with Chip Kelly today after his press conference and told Mike and Todd that Kelly's energy is evident.
"His enthusiasm I noticed right away, and his attitude. He's excited because he knows there's no other way to go, but up from here," Weaver said.
Weaver is currently an analyst for CSN Philly and can be heard every Wednesday on 97.3 ESPN FM during the NFL season.
Leonard Weaver on "The Sportsbash:"