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Eagles’ Doug Pederson makes one-handed catch when fan tosses a beer during parade

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson makes one-handed beer grab during Super Bowl parade

Former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator and current Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson made an impressive one-handed catch of a beer during the Eagles Super Bowl celebration parade. Video courtesy of @TimmyLederman/Twitter.
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Former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator and current Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson made an impressive one-handed catch of a beer during the Eagles Super Bowl celebration parade. Video courtesy of @TimmyLederman/Twitter.

Is there anything Eagles coach Doug Pederson can’t do these days?

Pederson made the gutsy call to run a trick play in a fourth-and-goal situation late in the first half of Super Bowl LII, and quarterback Nick Foles hauled in a touchdown pass.

The Eagles ended up winning 41-33 and had their victory parade on Thursday in Philadelphia. Bud Light was giving out free beer along the parade route, and it’s possible that one of those cans ended up being tossed to Pederson during the parade.

No matter where the beer came from, Pederson thrilled Eagles fans with the one-handed catch he made while riding on a bus.

Take a look at the video above.

The city of Philadelphia showed up in full force to support the Eagles during the Super Bowl parade.

Pete Grathoff: 816-234-4330, @pgrathoff

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