Before the 2022 NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles orchestrated a trade for A.J. Brown.
Brown spent his first three seasons as a member of the Tennessee Titans, where he made his presence as one of the league’s best wide receivers abundantly clear.
The Eagles saw him as a valuable trade piece, as they sacrificed their 2022 first-round pick for him, signing him to a four-year, $100 million contract.
Safe to say the A.J. Brown trade has worked out
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In response to the Eagles’ faith in him, Brown had a superb 2022 campaign.
He was fourth overall in receiving yards during the regular season, tied for third in touchdowns, and 13th in overall receptions on the season.
Brown made an instant impact on the Eagles organization and was one of the biggest reasons that the Eagles made it to the Super Bowl.
During last night’s Super Bowl, Brown had six catches for 96 yards and a touchdown.
His sure-handedness was a big factor for the Eagles last night, coming up with several massive catches.
Thankfully for Eagles fans, Brown is tied to the Eagles for the next three seasons.
The combination of Brown, Jalen Hurts, and DeVonta Smith is one of the most lethal offensive trios in the entire league.
Will they be able to continue their dominance into 2023, seeing that the NFC is the weaker of the two conferences?
Even though they lost last night, the Eagles will look to make it back to the big game next season.
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