When the Philadelphia Eagles won over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday Night Football, there were some all-time great Eagles players and potential future Hall of Famers in attendance.

Before the game started, there was an iconic level photo taken with some of the best NFL Wide Receivers who have played in the last 20 years:

New Eagles Wide Receiver Julio Jones (on the left) caught the 904th Reception of his career on Sunday Night Football, which is the 23rd most all-time in NFL History.  The two-time First Team All-Pro Jones is standing next to another two-time All-Pro Receiver: Chad "Ocho Cinco" Johnson was one of the best Wide Receivers in the NFL from 2003 to 2009.

Johnson, who is 38th in NFL History in Pass Catches, was in attendance on behalf of EA Sports Madden NFL 24.  He even surprised Eagles Quarterback Jalen Hurts in the tunnel before the game:

On the far right of the picture of Wide Receivers is the man known as "DJax": Desean Jackson has the third most Receiving Yards in Eagles History and sixth most Receptions in Eagles History.  Jackson is one of the greatest Deep Threat Receivers in NFL History shared a moment with another all-time great Eagles Wide Receiver, Mike Quick (the sixth picture if you scroll through):

Of course, when I talk about all future Hall of Famers it would be a major oversight to not mention the five-time First-Team All-Pro Center Jason Kelce.  The 35-year-old from the University of Cincinnati recently broke the Eagles Franchise Record for Most Consecutive Games Started and now has been the Eagles starting Center for 146 straight games.  Like everyone else last night, the future Pro Football Hall of Famer Kelce ooked fresh in the Kelly Green Uniforms:

So that is a total of four players at Lincoln Financial Field for Sunday Night Football who could land in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day in the future.  At least two of them (Kelce and Jackson) will be in the Eagles Franchise Hall of Fame in the near future.

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