Kevin Reilly

December 18, 2019

After 16 years of Catholic Education Kevin Reilly entered the NFL with a promising career in football. From 1973-1976 he played with the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, and New England Patriots. His career came to an abrupt and drastic end when he was diagnosed with a rare form of desmoid cancer, which forced him to undergo a major amputation of his arm, four ribs, and a large portion of his left shoulder. Later he was inducted in three sports hall of fames: Salesianum High School, Villanova University and Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.

Confronted with life threatening challenges, traumas, physical and mental setbacks, through sheer strength and will power, Kevin had a successful 30 year career as a senior executive in sales and marketing and Human Resources at the Xerox Corporation.

Kevin has now become not only a vibrant sports radio broadcaster for all Philadelphia Eagles games, but also a strong charismatic motivational speaker. He is qualified to counsel amputees at the Walter Reed National Army Medical Center in Washington D.C. and spends his retirement helping cancer patients, recuperating soldiers, special needs students and victims of horrific accidents.

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