Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Jalen Mills did not lose his confidence while rehabbing through his foot injury.
Say what you want about Philadelphia Eagles’ cornerback Jalen Mills, but the guy never seems to lose his confidence. Although Mills’ is still a young player who just wrapped up season number three, he’s established himself as somewhat of a leader last year. Since Mills plays with his heart on his sleeve and is constantly outspoken, the Eagles defensive backs allow him to typically lead the huddle before going out onto the field on game day when he’s playing.
After seeing Mills do an interview off the field, we understand why he’s the chosen one to lead the huddle. Mills may have his struggles – one thing he does not lack though, is confidence. That’s never been an issue with Jalen Mills’ game. And even when he’s not on the field playing, the Eagles’ cornerback is overly confident and ready to dance, motivate, and talk smack.
Recently, Mills did an interview while ringside for a boxing match. The ‘Green Goblin’ first fielded some questions about boxing before being asked about the Philadelphia Eagles upcoming season. And when Mills was discussing his team’s 2019 season, he did not hold back. In fact, Jalen Mills is already talking about going to the Super Bowl… In the month of March. Risky move there.
Jalen Mills flashes some confidence
“We finna’ go win the Super Bowl again!”
Thanks to the additions of DeSean Jackson on offense, and Malik Jackson on defense, Mills and the Eagles believe that they have a much better chance at going further this season. Plus, Mills briefly touched on Carson Wentz’s situation where he basically said Wentz would be back to his old ways, and that he’s the leader of their team.
You’ve got to love Jalen Mills’ confidence. However, hearing about winning the next Super Bowl while only in March is hard to hear. Obviously, all 32 teams have the same goal of winning the Super Bowl, but nobody is really jinxing their chances by talking about it the way Jalen does. At this point in the season, it’s time for guys to get healthy and back into shape for OTAs. Not time for Super Bowl talk.