Pretty cool:

“Each year, the Hall of Fame recognizes an individual who has dedicated their career to improving radio and television in professional football, and this year’s recipient, Merrill Reese, represents exactly what we look for when we talk about who’s made a big impact in broadcasting,” said Jim Porter, president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. “For nearly a half century, fans tuning into Eagles games, including opposing fans, have had the privilege of hearing Merrill’s legendary voice.”

They’re going to honor Merrill during the 2024 enshrinement week in August. That’s the annual thing they do in Canton.

The Pete Rozelle award was created in the late 80s and named after the former NFL commissioner. The previous winners list is a who’s who of NFL broadcasting, names like John Facenda, John Madden, Jack Buck, and Frank Gifford, just to name a few. It’s a really nice honor for Merrill. He’s an institution in Philly sports.

“It’s gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood!”