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Zach Ertz Breaks Down After Loss To Seahawks; Reveals Injuries To Ribs And Kidney

One player in particular - Zach Ertz - was singled out for praise by Eagles fans due to his passion towards the sport and his teammates. Keep reading for more.

Zach Ertz

It was a sad day for Philadelphia Eagles fans as their team succumbed to a 9-17 loss against the Seattle Seahawks in the ongoing NFL playoffs. Despite the end result, Eagles' supporters will be happy with the determination shown by their squad players as they went up against an in-form Seattle Seahawks squad. One player in particular - Zach Ertz - was singled out for praise by Eagles fans due to his passion towards the sport and his teammates.

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Zach Ertz breaks down in tears while explaining rib and kidney injuries

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Zach Ertz was doubtful to be part of the Eagles squad which was slated to play Seattle Seahawks as he was reportedly 'medically unfit' to play. This was due to the injuries he suffered in the game against Cowboys. However, he was cleared to play by the medical staff despite suffering serious injuries to his rib cage and kidney. In a post-match interaction with the press, the veteran NFL player broke down as he revealed that he he did not want to let his teammates down and was adamant to face-off against the Seahawks in the NFL playoffs. Ertz was the Eagles' leading receiver this season with 960 yards and six touchdowns, including Sunday's playoff game.

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Zach Ertz - A true Philadelphia Eagles and NFL legend

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