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Eagles Announce Former Pro Bowler Has Died At 71

The Spun 2023-03-25 Chris Rosvoglou
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On Saturday, the Eagles confirmed the passing of Pro Bowl linebacker Frank LeMaster. He was 71 years old. 

LeMaster was selected by the Eagles in the fourth round of the 1974 NFL Draft. His stint with the franchise ran through 1982. 

In 1981, LeMaster earned Pro Bowl honors. One thing about the Kentucky product that stood out was his durability. He has the fourth-most starts among linebackers in Eagles history. 

LeMaster was inducted into the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007.

Over the course of his career, LeMaster delivered some incredible quotes, such as "If you put 110 percent in everything you do, then you should walk away and feel like a winner." 

Former Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski shared his reaction to this heartbreaking news on Twitter.

"Lost a great teammate and better friend in Frank LeMaster," Jaworski tweeted. "RIP Frank!"

Our thoughts are with LeMaster's loved ones.

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