Safety Brian Dawkins announced his decision to retire from the NFL on Monday, and now he's all set to sign a one-day contract with Philadelphia and retire as an Eagle at a press conference on Saturday.
The Eagles have scheduled an 11 a.m. press conference for Dawkins, who announced his retirement from football on Monday. The veteran safety played his last three seasons in Denver but will be most remembered for his passionate 13 years in Philadelphia.
Prior to coming to Denver, Dawkins spent 13 seasons with the Eagles, where he earned multiple Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors. Dawkins finished his career with 37 interceptions in 224 games played.
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