The Philadelphia Eagles have paid tribute to Kobe Bryant with a memorial wall at their practice facility.
The mural, which was posted on Alshon Jeffery's Instagram account, has three images of Bryant: one from his playing days at nearby Lower Merion High School, one as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers and one in an Eagles uniform.
In the middle are "Kobe's 10 Rules":
GET BETTER EVERY SINGLE DAY
PROVE THEM WRONG
WORK ON YOUR WEAKNESSES
EXECUTE WHAT YOU PRACTICED
LEARN FROM GREATNESS
LEARN FROM WINS & LOSSES
#BELIEVE IN YOUR TEAM
In December of that season, he visited with the team while the Eagles were in California to play the Rams. "There will be a lot of hype, a lot of talk, especially going into the postseason," he told them. "You can't let that emotional roller coaster distract you."
Bryant has plenty of admirers on the team, including cornerback Darius Slay, who will wear No. 24 this year in honor of him. "He's a true competitor," Slay said. "He worked on his craft, and I believe that the work you put in is what you get out of it."
Bryant and his daughter Gianna were among those who died in a helicopter crash in California in January.
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