NFL news: Philadelphia Eagles WR A.J. Brown always wants more catches

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown admits he is always eager to touch the ball, and will be ready for Sunday's NFC Championship game.

Brown's availability was put in doubt after he took a few hard knocks during Saturday's Divisional Round win over the New York Giants.
However, the two-time Pro Bowler believes he will be fit for the NFC Championship clash with the San Francisco 49ers.
Despite the 38-7 demolition of the Giants, Brown was seen looking rather downcast on the bench during the blowout win. When asked about it, he explained that receivers always want more catches.
"They throw the ball to me 100 times, I'm going to want it 101 times," Brown said, via ESPN's Tim McManus.
"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."
He was also quick to point out that he's not the kind of player who would make a fuss when he's missing out on plays.
"I'm never the receiver to go on the sideline or try to cause problems on the sideline. I'm not that guy," Brown added.
"I think that's what you could describe as a diva, but I'm not that person."

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