Eagles' A.J. Brown says he isn't a 'diva' on the sidelines after being visibly frustrated in win
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown shared an insight into his mentality after he was seen visibly frustrated on the sidelines during a win over the New York Giants last weekend.
Brown shared that his competitive nature leads him to want to make big plays - even in the middle of lopsided games like last weekend's win.
'They throw the ball to me 100 times, I'm going to want it 101 times,' Brown said. 'Me personally, I just feel like I can change the game at any moment.
'Getting the ball often keeps you going, keeps you in a rhythm. It definitely puts you in a zone; you're locked in. Of course I want the ball.'
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