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Even the closest quarterback-receiver relationships can have some tense minutes from time to time.
And Thursday night, it was Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown’s turn.
Philadelphia’s vibrant duo got into a bit of an argument ahead of the start of the 4th quarter throughout the Philadelphia Eagles’ win over the Minnesota Vikings and had to be apart by coach Nick Sirianni.
Hurts didn’t expose too much about the event, rather picking to compliment Brown and his competitiveness.
“Everybody desires to make play,” Hurts stated bymeansof the Philadelphia Inquirer‘s Jeff McLane. “A.J. is no various.”
He likewise included that he doesn’t think the event will lead to issues inbetween the 2 in the future.
Eagles center Jason Kelce echoed Hurts’ belief postgame and chalked the argument up to how high the requirements are for this team.
“You desire people talking,” Kelce stated, through NBC Sports Philadelphia”s John Clark. “We understand we must be playing muchbetter than we are.”
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A.J. Brown appeared annoyed with Jalen Hurts 😳
Nick Sirianni had to different them. pic.twitter.com/LmjTlr1yH0
Eagles broad receiver DeVonta Smith likewise spoke about the scenario:
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“He’s not slamming noone. He simply desires to feel a part of the group.”
DeVonta Smith uses insight into the A.J. Brown sideline flareup. pic.twitter.com/G8JUCoNgaa
It stays uncertain what precisely triggered the blowup on the sideline however it truly might simply be due to the reality that the Eagles—despite being 2-0—haven’t been playing up to the requirement that got them to the Super Bowl last season.
It might likewise be associated to the number of targets for Brown, wh