2-Year-Old Twins Are Big Philadelphia Eagles Fans Like most sports teams, the Eagles have a fight song. Listening to a baby monitor, parents of the twins were surprised to hear them singing the song from their cribs.
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2-Year-Old Twins Are Big Philadelphia Eagles Fans

2-Year-Old Twins Are Big Philadelphia Eagles Fans

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Like most sports teams, the Eagles have a fight song. Listening to a baby monitor, parents of the twins were surprised to hear them singing the song from their cribs.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Not a great time for Philadelphia Eagles fans. You were dominating this season, but now you've lost your quarterback to injury. This may cheer you up. It's your fight song.

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UNIDENTIFIED GROUP: (Chanting) E-A-G-L-E-S, Eagles.

GREENE: Or, how about this? Two-year-old twins. Their parents heard them on the baby monitor singing in their cribs.

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UNIDENTIFIED TODDLERS: (Chanting) E-A-G-L-E-S, Eagles.

GREENE: With fans like that, Philly, you can't lose. It's MORNING EDITION.

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