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WATCH: Eagles players share about their faith in God ahead of Super Bowl

“My strength comes from God and I know the importance of faith. I know what my foundation is.”

“I know if I didn’t commit my life to Christ, this would be overwhelming for me. I would be going in the wrong direction.”

“I want to make sure people know when they see me, they see Christ.”

Leading up to Super Bowl LVII, numerous players and coaches on the Philadelphia Eagles shared about their faith in God. Watch the video above to see some highlights. For more, visit our YouTube channel.

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