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Eagles’ A.J. Brown defends changing social media profile picture to Tom Brady

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When A.J. Brown, a receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles, updated his Twitter profile image to a photo of Tom Brady on X, he didn’t anticipate receiving negative feedback.

Following a barrage of, uh, fan criticism, Brown responded to his altered profile on Thursday with a post.

Brown wrote, “[Tom Brady] is my favorite player of all time.” “…did not anticipate that making the greatest quarterback of all time my [profile photo] would spark debate.”

He told a fan, “I don’t live by the laws of the world.” The greatest person to touch a football is this retired gentleman. It’s not that important.

Brown grew up watching Brady and the New England Patriots win Super Bowls, much like the majority of players in the NFL these days. When Brady started his first NFL game in 2001, Brown was four years old. In 2019, Brady was forty-two years old and in his last season with the Patriots when Brown made his NFL debut.

Before Brady’s official retirement, Brown and Brady played together on the field once, on January 4, 2020, during a playoff game between the Tennessee Titans and New England. Before signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the next season, that was actually Brady’s last game in a Patriots uniform.

In the near future, there might be a profile photo swap if the Eagles’ top receiver and Brady were unable to exchange jerseys following that game.

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