The first part of a documentary featuring a pair of young Tennessee Titans stars, wide receiver A.J. Brown and defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons, has been released by the team.
The documentary, named “A Titans Story: Mississippi Made,” is broken up into three parts and chronicles Simmons’ and Brown’s journey to the NFL from their early days in Mississippi
The description for the video reads:
Mississippi Made: Chronicling the growth of A.J. Brown and Jeffrey Simmons during their early years in the Magnolia State. From success in other sports to growing up in nearby rural towns at rival high schools, see the roots that shaped these Titans superstars.
Simmons, a first-round pick of the Titans in 2019, played his high school ball at Noxubee County High School before attending and starring at Mississippi State.
Meanwhile, Brown, who was drafted in the second round in 2019, was born in Mississippi, played at Starkville High School, and then starred at Ole Miss.
Since entering the league, the pair of budding superstars have become two of the best young players in the NFL, and both are primed to have their best seasons yet in 2021.
The world has already discovered just how great Brown is, but we have a feeling Simmons will make himself more well-known in his third season.
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