By Kimberly Davis

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A young Eagles fan received another big surprise Tuesday night. It comes after he was overcome with emotion Monday when wide receiver Nelson Agholor gave the boy a pair of his gloves after practice.

Eyewitness News sat down with the aspiring NFL player, but little did he know the Eagles had a second surprise.

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It’s the viral cellphone video that captured Philadelphia’s attention. Twelve-year-old Xavier Dyer went face-to-face with his idol and was overcome with emotion.

“After a while he said ‘don’t cry’ and he gave me his gloves. After he gave me his gloves, I started to cry even more,” Xavier said of his meeting with Agholor.

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On Monday, the Eagles hosted Youth Football Coaches and Administrators Day. Xavier was among the participants with his dad, Wissahickon Braves coach Xavier Dyer Sr.

“Usually I don’t even take my phone out for moments like that but I think the raw emotion I saw and thought let me save this so at least he would have it,” Dyer Sr. said.

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Not only did the 12-year-old quarterback receive Agholor’s gloves and autograph, the franchise had another surprise for Xavier after seeing the viral video.

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The Eagles gave Xavier four tickets and four sideline passes to Thursday’s preseason game against the Tennessee Titans.

As Xavier prepares for his own football season, he’s overwhelmed with a gratitude that’s left him speechless.

“This one is not a cry. I can’t speak,” Xavier said after learning about the Eagles’ gift.

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The Eagles kick off their preseason slate Thursday night at 7:30.

Kimberly Davis