Offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski, who started for the Eagles in the Super Bowl, announced his retirement today:

Wis played 10 seasons in the NFL, three of them for the Eagles. He won a ring here, and then went and signed with the Chiefs and won a second ring playing for Andy Reid out in Kansas City.

He had one of the best blocks of the 2017 playoffs, and one of the best blocks an Eagles offensive lineman not named Jason Kelce has laid down in at least 10 years. It was the first game, against the Falcons, and there was a screen play for Jay Ajayi that went for huge yardage. Wis tossed the defensive tackle aside, got out in space, ragdolled Ricardo Allen, and then crunched Keanu Neal, which allowed Ajayi to add 20 more yards to the run:

This was in the fourth quarter, with the Eagles facing 3rd and 7 on their own 20 yard line. They marched down the field, kicked the field goal, went up 15-10, and then hung on to win the game.

Grats to Wis on a great career. Super Bowl 52 champ.