Tuesday October 20th, 2015

Philadelphia Eagles great Brian Westbrook will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame at halftime Monday night against the New York Giants.

Westbrook, 36, played for the Eagles from 2002–2009 after being selected in the third round of the ’09 draft out of Villanova.

A two-time Pro Bowler and first team All-Pro selection, Westbrook is the Eagles‘ all-time leader with 9,785 yards from scrimmage. The former running back amassed 66 total touchdowns with Philadelphia between 2003–08 and helped the team to four NFC East titles, as well as an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX.

Westbrook, who finished his career in 2010 with the San Francisco 49ers, will be accompanied into Philadelphia’s Hall of Fame on Monday night by former linebacker Maxie Baughan, who spent six seasons with the Eagles in the 1960s.

The Eagles (2–3) host the Giants (3–2) at Lincoln Financial Field at 8:30  ET on ESPN’s Monday Night Football.

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