On A.J. Brown's claim he 'was the best receiver' to play for the Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Through his three seasons playing for the Titans, A.J. Brown’s best skill was making explosive plays in the Tennessee passing game.

Since then, it’s been being a baby/diva on social media.

The receiver, now a member of the Eagles, got into a Twitter exchange in which he pronounced himself the team’s best receiver ever.

A.J. Brown


He said franchise. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and say he’s talking Titans and not Oilers/Titans, removing some awfully good run-and-shoot receivers in Ernest Givens, Drew Hill and Haywood Jeffries and two from earlier in Houston Oiler history, Ken Burrough and Charley Hennigan.

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