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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — One of the Bird’s biggest fans had a day to remember today– because he got to hang out with one of the players!

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Who can forget Sunday’s game in Washington– Nate Sudfeld threw his first NFL touchdown pass to Nelson Agholor.

During the celebration, Agholor handed the ball to 10-year-old Cohen Zechman.

Since it was Sudfeld’s first TD pass, he wanted the ball back.

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Zechman happily returned it and CBS3 was there as Agholor replaced it with a new, signed ball.

On Friday, Zechman and his family met with Zudfeld at the Novacare Complex

His father Derrick even got a chance to hold the Lombardi trophy.

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