By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — ESPN’s E:60 television series will feature Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin on Wednesday, October 14th.

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Connor Barwin has adapted to Philadelphia more so than maybe any athlete, ever.

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Since joining the Eagles 2013, Barwin has not missed a game. In those 36 regular season games, Barwin has racked up 24.5 sacks and has become one of the most reliable players in midnight green. Combine that with his off-the-field charity work and endearing personality, and Barwin has earned the reputation as one of the city’s most beloved athletes.

Barwin, who lives in the city and is an avid user of public transportation, has actually become a spokesperson of SEPTA. Furthermore, Barwin is helping launch a new bike-share program in Philadelphia.

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E:60 launched a new five-weeks of their series, featuring NFL stars J.J. Watt, Julian Edelman, Le’Veon Bell, Randall Cobb, and Barwin.