Westbrook will be made available to media tomorrow at 11:30 at the NovaCare. In addition, Westbrook will be honored Dec. 23 during halftime.
— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) August 28, 2012
That December 23rd game will be against the Washington Redskins at the Linc.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com breaks it down a bit further:
Westbrook finished his Eagles career in 2009 with 9,785 yards from scrimmage, a team record. He also is only one of six players with 30 or more rushing touchdowns and 30 or more receiving touchdowns in his career. In 2007, he led the league with 2,104 yards from scrimmage.
Some have been quick to say that LeSean McCoy is or will be the best running back in Eagles history. I say that when McCoy does it for as many years as B-West did or for longer, then we'll talk.
Westbrook had this to say after the news became public:
Thank you everyone!! It was a Great pleasure to be an Eagle for 8 years I Truly appreciate all of the support!! Love you guys
— Brian Westbrook (@36westbrook) August 28, 2012
We'll have more tomorrow as Westbrook takes the podium to put an end to an amzing career.