Eagles Fan Gets A Photo With Nick Foles & His Big Dick Nick Jersey


Imagine being religious Nick Foles and you have grown men coming up to you with ‘Big Dick Nick’ jerseys at book signings. I’m not an expert on religion, but God is just gonna have to go along with this because Eagles fans will be wearing these jerseys for the rest of their lives. They’ll be buried in Big Dick Nick jerseys. They’ll name their kids Big Dick Nick. That’s right, they’ll have three first names.
Nick Foles can’t do much but be quietly amused because at this point it’s too late. He’s already delivered Philly a Super Bowl and the pressure is off for the rest of his life. He can sell a few books, sign autographs and do pretty much whatever he wants in Philly from now to the grave. Wants money for a new youth church center? Done. Needs money for a mission into the Congo to help deliver clean drinking water? He’ll have 5,000 Eagles fans lined up ready to use their vacation time to help.
Nick will just have to roll with the punches over being named after a big penis.
Kevin wrote on IG:

It was a privilege to meet the legend @nickfoles last night. Looking forward to reading his new book, “Believe It”. #UnderdogStory #flyeaglesfly🦅 #bigdicknick

Philly Big J John Clark adds:

Nick Foles took this pic with an Eagles fan as he starts his book tour. Nick did not know what the jersey said on it, heard Eagles fans laugh, and asked fan what it said. Nick found out and was quietly amused 😂

An excerpt from the book that was released today on Amazon:

People have been trying to define me throughout my entire career.
I’m the guy. I’m not the guy.
I’m mechanically sound. I’m too slow.
I’m able to light up a scoreboard. I’m a game manager.
I’m a building block. I’m a stopgap.
I’m a franchise quarterback. I’m an insurance policy.
I’m a Pro Bowl MVP. I’m a career second-stringer.
I’m dependable. I’m a fluke.
I’m a Super Bowl MVP. I’m trade bait.
I’ve been overlooked, praised, questioned, lauded, labeled, celebrated, and derided―sometimes all in the span of a single week.
That’s life in the NFL.
It took me years to separate Nick Foles the person from Nick Foles the football player. It was a long and, at times, painful process―in fact, I still struggle with it. But making that distinction has completely transformed my heart, my career, my perspective, and my life.
The journey hasn’t always been easy, and I’ve made a lot of mistakes and missteps along the way. But looking back, I can honestly say that I wouldn’t change a thing. Because at the end of the day, the lessons I’ve learned from my failures, struggles, and weaknesses have made me who I am today.

[Believe It: My Journey of Success, Failure, and Overcoming the Odds  –  Amazon]

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