When you win a Super  Bowl, your players become in demand.

That's about to be the case for the Eagles, as tight end Trey Burton, is expected to sign a four-year, $32 million contract with the Chicago Bears.

Burton's "Philly Special" pass in Super Bowl XVII will forever be remembered among as one of the highlights of the teams Super Bowl winning season, but he will not have a follow up act in Philadelphia, according to Garafolo.

After spending the past few years as a backup behind Zach Ertz, Burton was looking to be in a starting role, and should get that opportunity in Chicago. Burton intends to sign with the Bears when free agency officially begins tomorrow at 4pm.

The 26-year old out of the University of Florida, caught 23 balls, for 248 yards and an impressive five touchdowns this season, mostly n a reserve role.

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