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Eagles will reportedly wear Super Bowl patch jerseys for Week 1 home opener against Falcons

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The banner that will be raised into the rafters at Lincoln Financial Field won’t be the only reminder that the Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII on Thursday, September 6. The Eagles will also wear a Super Bowl patch on jerseys during their Week 1 home opener against the Atlanta Falcons, according to Crossing Broad.

These Eagles Super Bowl jerseys are available for purchase through Fanatics. Here’s a close up look at the patch itself:

For those unaware, this isn’t an unusual occurrence. The Patriots wore a Super Bowl LI patch during their Week 1 game against the Kansas City Chiefs in 2017. See below:

Kansas City Chiefs v New England Patriots Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

You may recognize the man in that picture as Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who both dropped a pass and got strip-sacked by Brandon Graham in the Super Bowl. Those plays helped the Eagles beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl by a final score of 41 to 33.

The Eagles will ultimately be turning the page on their Super Bowl season when they face the Falcons in 15 days from this publish date. But it’ll always be nice to have those reminders that, indeed, the Eagles won the Super Bowl.