Jalen Hurts Expresses Gratitude To God, Eagles, And Family In Emotional Press Conference After Signing Historic NFL Contract

Photo: Instagram/Jalen Hurts

During his first press conference since signing the biggest contract in NFL history, Jalen Hurts expressed his gratitude to God and the Philadelphia Eagles organization.

The Eagles drafted Hurts in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft three years ago, and he appeared at the podium on Monday morning.

Hurts thanked everyone from his Lord and Savior to the Eagles' staff and players, along with his family, naming and thanking each one individually.

Photo: Instagram/Jalen Hurts secures his place in NFL history with the largest contract ever signed, cementing his status as a true game-changer on and off the field.

Although securing generational wealth can lead to comfort, Hurts made it clear he is still on a mission to achieve both individually and collectively.

"It's not a moment where I can reflect because the journey isn't over," he said. "I've been on this constant quest of trying to be the best player I can be - with no limits, just trying to be the best version of myself."

He became emotional while discussing his family during the conference.

Jeffrey Lurie, Eagles owner, labeled the contract as a "special moment" for the franchise. He expressed his excitement about Hurts' talent, personal qualities, and culture-setting abilities.

Hurts was an MVP candidate after his sensational season and starred in the Super Bowl loss. The hard work continues, and the fire continues to burn for Hurts.

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Source: Daily Mail
 

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