Eagles WR A.J. Brown vows to keep his hands to himself after being fined for TD celebration vs. Steelers

A.J. Brown is a little lighter in the wallet, which may cause the Eagles’ star pass-catcher to adjust his touchdown celebrations.

Brown opened up against the Steelers, scoring on touchdown passes of 39 and 27 yards to put the Eagles up 14-7.

The star wide receiver and Jalen Hurts then hooked up for his third score of the half, a 29-yard score to put the Birds up 21-7. After that third score, Brown was hit with an unsportsmanlike penalty for pointing at Minkah Fitzpatrick and Ahkello Witherspoon.

A week later, after the Eagles win over the Texans, Brown is now promising to keep his hands to himself thanks to being $5,000 light for each point.


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