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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A 9-foot tall statue depicting one of the most memorable moments in Philadelphia Eagles history now sits outside of Lincoln Financial Field.

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Bud Light unveiled the statue on Wednesday to pay tribute to the Super Bowl champs.

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The statue captures the moment when Super Bowl MVP QB Nick Foles asks coach Dough Pederson to run the “Philly Special” trick play.

Officials say Raymond Gibby sculpted the statue. It’s part of Bud Light’s fan space at the LINC’s Headhouse Plaza.

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Bud Light surprised Eagles fans earlier this year with free beer during the Super Bowl parade.