‘Give this man his flowers!’ – JWill on Jalen Hurts leading the Eagles over the Saints | KJZ

ESPN published this video item, entitled “‘Give this man his flowers!’ – JWill on Jalen Hurts leading the Eagles over the Saints | KJZ” – below is their description.

Keyshawn, JWill and Zubin react to rookie QB Jalen Hurts leading the Philadelphia Eagles to a win against Taysom Hill and the New Orleans Saints in his first career start.

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