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  2. Brian Dawkins - Wikipedia

    Brian Patrick Dawkins Sr. (born October 13, 1973), nicknamed " Weapon X ", is an American former professional football player who was a safety for 16 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), primarily with the Philadelphia Eagles. He played college football for the Clemson Tigers and was selected by the Eagles in the second round of the ...

  3. Brian Dawkins Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Draft, College ...

    Checkout the latest stats for Brian Dawkins. Get info about his position, age, height, weight, college, draft, and more on Sports Reference ®

  4. Eagles legend Brian Dawkins to serve as honorary captain for ...

    This week, former Eagles safety Brian Dawkins will serve as Philly's honorary captain. Dawkins played 13 seasons for the Eagles from 1996-2008, quickly becoming one of the most fierce...

  5. Brian Dawkins | Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Full Name: Brian Patrick Dawkins. Birthdate: October 13, 1973. Birthplace: Jacksonville, Florida. High School: William M. Raines (Jacksonville, FL) Pro Career: 16 seasons, 224 games. Drafted: 2nd round (61st overall) in 1996 by Philadelphia

  6. Former Philadelphia Eagles, and Denver Broncos Free Safety, Brian Dawkins' legendary career highlights. The NFL Vault is your home for all things NFL history.

  7. SPORTS CAREER HIGHLIGHTS. The first player in NFL history to record a sack, an interception, forced fumble, and touchdown reception in a single game. The first player in NFL history to record at least 30 interceptions and 30 forced fumbles in a career. Pro Football Hall of Fame 2018 inductee.

  8. Brian Dawkins Stats, News and Video - S |

    Former Eagles and Broncos safety Brian Dawkins said on's "Cover Two" podcast Thursday that he wouldn't change a thing about how he played, regardless of the NFL's efforts to limit big hits...

  9. Brian Dawkins: Career retrospective | Yardbarker

    The Philadelphia Eagles selected safety Brian Dawkins in the second round, 61st overall, in the 1996 NFL Draft. The six-foot, 210-pound draft prospect had everything you wanted from a safety.

  10. Why Eagles legend Brian Dawkins believes in Jalen Hurts

    Nobody gave up on 23-year-old Brian Dawkins when he struggled in 1996, and his message to Eagles fans is don't give up on 23-year-old Hurts either after his up-and-down first year as a starting quarterback. W “Obviously, with any young player you’re going to have games that aren’t going to look pretty,” Dawkins said Friday.

  11. Brian Dawkins (@BrianDawkins) / Twitter

    Driving Impact Always a pleasure being able to support @BrianDawkins and The Brian Dawkins Impact Foundation through my art. Seeing and hearing the impact Dawk and his foundation are having on others lives is truly inspiring! To learn more and show your support visit their… Show more