All-Pro wide receiver AJ Brown is almost hit by a car during a charity bike ride.
The Philadelphia Eagles star was documenting his participation in the team’s annual Autism Challenge via Instagram Live.
Shortly after looking at the camera and starting to talk to her followers, her phone suddenly flew out of her hands and a distorted sound was heard.
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«Rotate this camera… Bro, it ain’t even selling,» Brown was heard saying seconds before the video ended.
About 30 minutes after the scare, Brown took to Twitter to let everyone know he was okay.
«I’m fine y’all lol. Someone ran the stop sign. I didn’t fall off my bike, I just dropped my phone and ran off the road. Stay safe everyone,» Brown wrote.
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NFL teams encourage athletes to stay as safe as possible during the offseason.
In some cases, player contracts explicitly prohibit certain activities.
The Cleveland Browns banned two-time All-Pro defensive end Myles Garrett from playing basketball during the offseason, citing the risk of injury.
Brown jokingly hinted that the driver might have been a fan of the Dallas Cowboys.
«I think I saw a star on the license plate,» Brown tweeted, referring to the Cowboys logo.
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Brown had a productive first year with the Eagles, finishing the regular season with 88 catches for 1,496 yards and 11 touchdowns.