The Philadelphia Eagles executed a huge NFL Draft day trade for Tennessee Titans wideout AJ Brown, effectively stealing the spotlight in Las Vegas. Brown’s presence in Philadelphia is excellent news for quarterback Jalen Hurts, who will now have an elite-level target to throw to. However, the former Titans star could also be very good for another Eagles player’s game: second-year pro Devonta Smith, the team’s first-round selection in last year’s draft. Smith spoke to reporters about playing with Brown, delivering an honest take, as tweeted out by the Eagles’ Twitter account.

Smith said that he is “excited” to play with Brown, who signed a four-year, $100 million contract with the Eagles following the trade.

The former Heisman Trophy winner went on to say that he has watched other receivers to see what they “have in their toolbox”, which is something he plans to do with Brown, who he said he will learn from.

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Smith, 23, might not have a ton to learn from Brown, seeing as the Eagles wideout totaled more receiving yards and the same number of touchdowns as the former Titans star did in his rookie year.

However, it certainly couldn’t hurt for Smith to pick up a few points from the two-time Pro Bowler. One thing is for sure.

Brown and Smith will be a lot to handle for opposing defenses.