Jordan Davis told reporters that Ndamukong Suh has been teaching him about Bitcoin and NFTs at practice
Just when we thought that it would be a good idea to add some additional veteran leadership on the defensive line, it appears that Ndamukong Suh is introducing Jordan Davis into the world of crypto and NFTs.
While speaking with reporters today, Davis stated that he learns something new every day and that Suh was teaching him about Bitcoin and NFTs.
Jordan Davis on Suh teaching him about Bitcoin and NFTs
Okay let’s pump the breaks here. While I do like seeing Suh interacting with our young star on the defensive line, maybe steer clear of the Bitcoin and NFT topic until the end of the season.
I’m not completely hating on Bitcoin and NFTs. I understand a lot of people are into it but given the news over the past month involving FTX and the collapse of the Bitcoin market, paired with not one, but THREE different crypto moguls mysteriously dying over the past week, that topic is just too hot to touch right now while the Eagles are 10-1 and in the midst of one of the greatest seasons in franchise history.
Focusing on Jordan Davis, his 21-day practice window was opened on November 30th which allowed him to return to practice this week. He has missed the last four weeks after suffering a high-ankle sprain against the Steelers, and the Eagles run defense has suffered mightily ever since. In the meantime, Philadelphia brought in DTs Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh, giving them veteran depth as they prepare for the postseason.
Davis then spoke with the media yesterday talking about his rehab and return to the Eagles and said that he dropped 20 pounds since he last played.
Jordan Davis Dropped 20 pounds while rehabbing
Up Next for the Eagles
Let’s focus on football and leave the crypto-world behind us until we’re parading down Broad Street celebrating another Eagles Super Bowl. The Birds are back in action this Sunday, as they host the Tennessee Titans at Lincoln Financial Field.
Fly Eagles Fly.