Merrill Reese signs multi-year extension to continue calling Eagles games on 94WIP

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Merrill Reese has agreed to a multi-year contract extension to continue calling Philadelphia Eagles games on SportsRadio94WIP.

"I can tell you, I will never willingly retire," Reese said during Wednesday's 94WIP Morning Show with Angelo Cataldi live from MaGerk's Pub & Grill in Horsham, PA at the 2022 Birds Town Hall.

"They will have to remove me with a crane because this is what I love during more than anything else in the world."

Reese, 79, has been the Eagles' play-by-play announcer since 1977, making him the longest serving current NFL play-by-play announcer.

Reese, a Philadelphia legend, joined Angelo Cataldi on Wednesday's 94WIP Morning Show to announce the contract extension.

Over the years, Merrill Reese has had countless memorable calls and unforgettable moments, like the Eagles' Super Bowl victory in 2018. However, his most iconic call might be DeSean Jackson's walk off punt return touchdown in 2010.

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