“Guys were poking fun at me, saying I had no swag,” he said. “That’s when I started diving into the game.”
“Last year was so depressing,” he said. “It was bad. It was tough — just seeing no way out of it.”
Defensive ends Montez Sweat and James Smith-Williams, along with guard Trai Turner, will all be active in the primetime matchup.
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