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New Chicago Bears TE Trey Burton Reenacts His Super Bowl Trick Play for Ceremonial First Pitch

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Earlier today, the Chicago Bears reportedly signed former Philadelphia Eagles (and, thus, Super-Bowl-winning) tight end Trey Burton to a four-year deal worth about $32 million in potential total earnings.

But because he’s not officially a Bear just yet – and, you know, because he just won the Super Bowl with the Eagles – he was caught throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at today’s Phillies Spring Training contest.

And he did it in the style of his now-famous “Philly Special” trick play from the Super Bowl:

In case you forgot what that trick play looked like, you can catch it right here at our sister site (which covers the Chicago Bear), The Ten Yard Line.



Author: Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami covers the Chicago Cubs, Bears, and Bulls at Bleacher Nation. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami