Eagles Player Rides SEPTA to Work

Eagles player Connor Barwin rides SEPTA at least twice a week to work.

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Eagles outside linebacker Connor Barwin rides SEPTA to work. He takes a SEPTA bus and train from Rittenhouse Square to the NovaCare Complex regularly.
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Barwin considers himself a "regular guy."
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Barwin grew up in Detroit and embraces public transportation and a green lifestyle.
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Barwin tweets while riding SEPTA.
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NBC10's John Clark rode with Barwin on his public transportation journey to work one day.
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"Saving the environment is second to nature to him," said SEPTA spokesman Manny Smith.
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Barwin was drafted to the NFL in 2009 and signed a six-year contract with the Eagles during the 2013 offseason.
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Barwin attended the University of Cincinnati.
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On Oct. 15, Barwin tweeted: "Thanks for the ride to work @septa_social #bus17"
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SEPTA embraces Barwin's presence. "We love it. It's great,' said Smith.
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