Philadelphia, or the “City of Brotherly Love” as some name it, will not be precisely dwelling as much as its title for one NFL participant.
Eagles security CJ Gardner-Johnson, who was traded by the New Orleans Saints in August, took to social media on Monday to share that his automotive had been stolen.
“I do know precisely who took my automotive,” Gardner-Johnson may very well be heard saying within the video. “I do know precisely who stole my s—, bro. Yeah, don’t fear about it, we bought y’all on digicam.”
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What actually caught out to the third-year security was that the theft seemingly came about after the Eagles’ 38-7 rout of the New York Giants within the divisional spherical on Saturday.
“Wow. Wow, that’s how y’all gettin down in Philly?”
While Gardner-Johnson claims to have footage of the housebreaking on digicam, his focus will little doubt be on Sunday’s NFC Championship sport towards the red-hot San Francisco 49ers.
Head coach Nick Sirianni praised Gardner-Johnson and the remainder of Eagles’ secondary throughout a press convention on Monday, including he thought they performed “an excellent sport” towards the Giants.
“I might go on and on about how good this group has been, and I do consider that it’s that iron sharpens iron,” Sirianni mentioned, additionally complementing his teaching workers.
“We’re actually good within the secondary, and we’re actually good at extensive out, and so they’ve made one another higher by the battles that they’ve gone towards, that they’ve completed all 12 months, much like our O-line and D-line.”
The Eagles will face the San Francisco 49ers, who’re on a 12-game win streak, on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. ET.