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“Why The Hell”: Eagles Fans Fear AJ Brown’s Loyalty Could Cost Them $44 Million

Published 02/22/2023, 8:58 AM EST

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A J Brown came agonizingly close to living the dream. While being in the league is a huge accomplishment in itself, winning the Super Bowl is the biggest goal. Brown nearly won it all, but the Kansas City Chiefs’ orchestration of a last-minute victory snatched away his opportunity to take home the trophy. Despite the saddening loss, Brown and his squad had an unforgettable season. However, going forward, Brown has cleared his stance on being with the Eagles.

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The wide receiver, who was a crucial figure in the Eagles’ sensational Super Bowl run, will look forward to next season with hopes of making it yet again. While the WR dearly loves Philly, he has some terms and conditions for the team.

 A J Brown demonstrated unwavering loyalty


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Jalen Hurts was at the helm of the Eagles’ success this season. The QB is now all set to enter the final season of his rookie contract with the team. Keeping this in mind, Brown considered his future with the Eagles. His unwavering loyalty to Hurts was loud and clear. Featured on the ‘Raw Room’ podcast, the WR made his intentions as clear as day.

He said, “If you do not pay this man, just ship me off wherever he finna go.” If that doesn’t stand testament to Brown’s relationship with Hurts, nothing else will.


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This season, Jalen Hurts has turned heads in his direction. From being benched in college to leading a team to the Super Bowl, his career’s progress within a short span has been nothing short of remarkable. The QB is reportedly set to make $4.3 million in the next season, leaving him with a market value of about $44.2 million. The Eagles will most likely stick with Hurts, especially after his incredible exhibition of leadership. But in a potential scenario that involves Hurts’ move to another franchise, Brown may just walk out with him.

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A J Brown is fiercely loyal. The online feud with Chiefs receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster that was spear-headed by the WR proves it. So, these statements may not come as a shock to fans. But the NFL world may be perplexed with regard to why the Eagles would ever let Hurts go. This user demanded.

Other fans are not alarmed.

Other fans appreciated Brown’s loyalty.

One fan exclaimed.

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This user pointed out the obvious.


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The chances of the Eagles letting Jalen Hurts go are pretty slim. As a franchise, they will hope to come back stronger to win it all with their QB at the helm. For now, A J Brown may only have to worry about next season’s retribution and perhaps, take fewer shots at his opponents on Twitter.

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Anika Gomez

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Anika Gomez is an NFL writer at Essentially Sports. She holds a degree in Journalism, Psychology, and Communicative English from the National School of Journalism and Public Discourse. Anika loves American Football, Formula 1, Basketball, and Tennis.

Edited By: Hitesh Nigam