A.J. Brown Admits To Sharing Titans Call Signals With Eagles Before Their Game This Season

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After spending three seasons with the Titans, AJ Brown was traded on Draft night to the Eagles. Brown said he that he didn’t want to leave but was the two sides couldn’t agree on a new deal.

AJ ended up using the motivation of being traded in order to have all-time season for Philadelphia in 2022, setting their single-season record for yards.

The Titans and Eagles met on Week 13 of the 2022 season and the Eagles dominated the contest, going on to win 35-10.

AJ Brown had a monster game with 8 catches for 119 yards and two touchdowns. Jalen Hurts scored four total touchdowns.

Sharing Secrets

Speaking on the Raw Room podcast, Brown revealed that he actually shared all the call signals and plays from his Titans days with his new team prior to the game.

“Because they don’t change nothing.”

Brown goes on to say he gave the Eagles “every little detail” of the Titans play calls.

Advantage Of Revealing Play Calls

An NFL player might share the call signals of his former team with his new team for several reasons:

  1. Competitive advantage: In the NFL, teams are always looking for ways to gain a competitive advantage over their opponents. If a player has knowledge of the call signals used by his former team, he can potentially give his new team an edge in future games against that team.
  2. Familiarity with the system: Knowing the call signals used by a former team can also help a player to adjust more quickly to the new team’s system. If the new team uses a similar system or language, the player can better understand and execute his role on the team.
  3. Trust and loyalty: In some cases, a player may share call signals as a gesture of trust and loyalty to his new team. By demonstrating a willingness to share sensitive information, the player may be trying to build stronger relationships with his new coaches and teammates.