Tyreek Hill has hilarious solution to JuJu Smith-Schuster-A.J. Brown beef

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Miami Dolphins wide receiver has an idea on how JuJu Smith-Schuster and A.J. Brown can settle their beef.

Super Bowl 57 will go down as one of the most competitive games in recent memory. The Kansas City Chiefs were able to outlast the Philadelphia Eagles as they picked up the 38-35 victory. But the Chiefs essentially clinched the victory on a holding penalty on Eagles cornerback James Bradberry.

Even though Bradberry admitted to holding JuJu Smith-Schuster late in the fourth quarter, the Chiefs wide receiver gloated at the defensive back’s expense in the form of a Valentine’s Day card. That caught the ire of Bradberry’s teammate, wide receiver A.J. Brown, and the two had a back-and-forth exchange.

Fellow wide receiver Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins had an idea as to how Smith-Schuster and Brown can settle their beef — a Verzuz battle. Instead of how rappers did album vs. album, Hill suggests that Smith-Schuster have a “best plays vs. best plays” battle to see who wins. Hill suggested the idea on his “It Needed to Be Said” podcast.

Tyreek Hill suggests ‘Verzuz battle’ between JuJu Smith-Schuster and A.J. Brown

Will that settle the beef? Speaking of, Hill was asked by Julius Collins who he had winning, and he said “A.J. Brown all day.”  Smith-Schuster started things off by sending out the aforementioned Valentine’s Day Card, which featured a photo of Bradberry with the caption “I’ll hold you when it matters most.”

Brown responded to the tweet, calling the meme “lame,” and that Smith-Schuster’s career was “resurrected” by quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Smith-Schuster responded with “glad you were finally able to get all that off your chest after all these years.”  Hill also chimed in during the back-and-forth, responding to both of their tweets. From sending “Big A.J.” to Brown’s tweet, while also saying that Smith-Schuster “played victim.”

The Eagles and Chiefs are set to face off in the 2023 season. Brown is going to be entering the first season of his four-year, $100 million contract extension with the Eagles. As for Smith-Schuster, he is set to become an unrestricted free agent, but he has expressed interest in re-signing with the Chiefs. So, there is a chance that Smith-Schuster and Brown face off in the 2023 season.


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