PHILADLEPHIA (CBS) — The two former Eagles were announced Saturday night as members of the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Brian Dawkins, the nine-time Pro Bowler who spent 13 seasons with the Birds, was named a member of the 2018 class along with former teammate Terrell Owens, who got in on his third year of eligibility.

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Eagles players past and present took to social media to congratulate the new inductees.

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As well as T.O. himself.

Dawkins and Owens both played for the Eagles during their last Super Bowl appearance in 2005, also against the Patriots, in Super Bowl XXXIX.

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They are joined by fellow inductees Randy Moss, Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher, Bobby Beathard, Robert Brazile, and Jerry Kramer as the newest Hall of Famers.