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The Best Show Ever Got to hit the road! But not just to get some much-needed fresh air. Though getting out of the windowless studio was nice. They also got to attend the Brian Dawkins Driving Impact Charity Golf Classic. The annual Celebrity Golf Event is hosted by the Eagles Hall of Famer. All in the name of raising money for Brian Dawkins’ Charity, The Impact Foundation, which serves underprivileged youth in need. Here is the summary of the Charity from the foundation’s website.

“Since 2019, the Impact Foundation has been working to inspire, educate and support young people to retain the drive and passion to succeed. These positive experiences start a ripple effect, impacting families and communities and ultimately change all our lives for the better.

The Driving Impact Tournament engages celebrities, supporters, and community sponsors in a fun way, while also spreading the word about the incredible support that the Foundation provides. If you’d like to learn more about the Brian Dawkins Impact Foundation or are interested in donating to the cause, please visit the Foundation’s website.”

The Best Show Ever broadcasted live from the event. And there were some very special guests. Not just Eagles legends, but some NFL Legends in general, as well as stars from other sports. It was a jam-packed show full of great guests. If you missed it, don’t worry, you can still listen to every guest they talked to right here. Here is the full lists of guests they had on the air, as well as the podcasts for those interviews.



  • Eddie George

    The first guest The Best Show Ever was Legendary running back Eddie George. He spent most of his career with the Titans, starting his career there the final year they were the Oilers. Over 10,000 career yards on the ground to go with 78 TDs across 9 seasons. He joined to discuss his storied career, his thoughts on this Eagles team, his new venture as a college head coach at Tennessee State, and more. You can listen to their full conversation with Eddie George below…


  • Trent Cole

    Next up was Eagles legend Trent Cole. Cole is 2nd all-time on the Eagles’ sacks list. He racked up 85.5 sacks in Philly over 155 games. he hopped on with the Best Show Ever crew to discuss his career with the Eagles, waiting until the 5th round to be drafted, how he looks back on his playing days now, his life after the Eagles, and more. Listen to their full conversation with Trent Cole below.


  • Jevon Kearse

    Speaking of prolific pass rushers in Eagles history, they also had Jevon Kearse on the show. 74 career sacks, including 22 with the Eagles. All that to go with the 6 forced fumbles he had in Philly. He talked about the people who doubted him before he made to the NFL, how he earned the nickname “Freak”, his time in Philly, and more.

  • Mark McMillian

    Also joining them today was former Eagles DB, Mark McMillian. He spent his first 4 years in Philly between 1992 and 1995, racking up 8 picks, and 22 total over his career. He discussed being underrated coming into the NFL due to being “too short to play corner,” his current ventures as as chef, his new line of sauces and infused olive oils, Grill’n With McMillian, working with Gordon Ramsay, what it’s like transitioning to the NFL from college, and more…


  • David Akers

    Eagles All-Time points leader David Akers also joined the show. He kicked for the Eagles from 1999-2010. They talked about his iconic moment at the NFL Draft in Dallas, the pressure of being a kicker, how kickers get treated in NFL locker rooms, answers the age-old question of if kickers are Football players and more…

  • Brian Dawkins

    And of course, we could come to Brian Dawkins Driving Impact Charity Golf Classic without speaking to the man himself. Weapon X hopped on with The Bets Show Ever crew to discuss the golf tourney, his charity, his time with the Eagles, what it feels like to be so beloved by his team mates, and more…

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