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Scenes from the Eagles' Super Bowl parade

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Pederson says team connects with city of Philadelphia (0:58)

Doug Pederson reacts to huge crowds gathered on the streets of Philadelphia for the championship parade. (0:58)

Tens of thousands of Eagles fans have poured into Philadelphia on Thursday morning for the city's first-ever Super Bowl parade.

As many as two million people are expected to jam the parade route. No official estimate was released for the parade after the Phillies won the World Series in 2008, but experts have said that crowd likely didn't exceed 750,000.

The Super Bowl parade celebrates the Eagles 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots 41-33 on Sunday.

Phantastic day in Philly

At the podium

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Kelce calls out Eagles' haters in rant for the ages

Jason Kelce scorches all of the people who doubted the underdog Eagles this season while at the Super Bowl parade podium.

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Long: 'Eagles are the center of the football universe'

Chris Long and Lane Johnson hype up the Eagles crowd with some interesting wardrobe choices and screaming loud E-A-G-L-E-S chants.

Lombardi Trophy?

Getting the crowd going

Philly fans

They forgot to Crisco this pole.

Tim McManus, ESPN Staff Writer

Players get dressed up

Fashion for Foles daughter

Ready for the celebration

Stage is set for the Eagles parade. Already a sea of people outside the Art Museum, hours before festivities are scheduled to start.

Tim McManus, ESPN Staff Writer

Something to keep teammates warm

Eagles DE Chris Long got everyone on the team a bottle of Crown Royal, with a personalized message on the bag congratulating the Super Bowl champs.

Tim McManus, ESPN Staff Writer

And when you gotta go...