Eagles QB Jalen Hurts Undergoes Major Body Transformation (Photos)

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts Undergoes Major Body Transformation (Photos)

The Philadelphia Eagles drafted Jalen Hurts with the intention of making him the franchise quarterback.

After a 2020 campaign that saw him play in only four outings, he returned in 2021 and played in 15 games. Philly ended up going 9-8 on the year and reaching the playoffs (despite being openly cheated by referees) – where they subsequently got destroyed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In the offseason, Hurts trained hard to right that wrong. And the fruits of his labor are readily apparent to anyone who sees him nowadays.

Recent photos of Hurts show that he has undergone an incredible body transformation:

Understandably, with social media being what it is these days, reactions poured in immediately:

This is going to be a massive year for Hurts. He will either establish himself as a star to watch or show the Eagles that they need a more permanent solution at the quarterback slot. The hope is that the former will come true, giving fans something to look forward to beyond getting frisky in the bathroom stall of games.

Last season Hurts recorded 3,144 yards, 16 touchdowns, and nine interceptions while completing 61.3 percent of his passes. He was also effective on the ground, rushing for 784 yards on 139 carries and amassing 10 touchdowns.

Over the summer the Eagles went out and acquired A.J. Brown from the Tennessee Titans. On paper, at least, he and Hurts should form a potent one-two offensive punch.

It seems like everything is set up right now for Hurts to have a tremendous 2022-23 campaign. But obviously it all comes down to his ability to executive.

Will Hurts lead the Eagles to the top of the NFC East in next season?

Time will tell.

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A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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