In a matter of hours, the Philadelphia Eagles will return to the warm welcome of a proud city.
After a history-making victory at Super Bowl LII, the victorious Eagles are due back in Philadelphia from Minneapolis, where they crushed the New England Patriots 41-33. Needless to say, their eager fans have been reveling every since, and Monday afternoon will be no exception. Although their return home will undoubtedly bring joy to countless Philly fans, the celebrations won't end there.
The Eagles Super Bowl victory parade is set to happen on Thursday Feb. 8, one day later than originally planned. The parade was due to take place on Wednesday, Feb. 7, however a snow forecast pushed back the date.
So when will these hometown heroes be back in the City of Brotherly Love?
The Eagles are due to land at Atlantic Aviation at the Philadelphia Airport at 3 p.m. on Monday, according to reports. And Metro plans to be there to cover the homecoming. Stay with us all week as our reporters bring you updates from the streets of Philadelphia.