DeVonta Smith has a brutal response to the security of the Browns who talk about trash

November 7, 2021; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith warms up before action against the Los Angeles Chargers at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher – USA TODAY Sports

DeVonta Smith was the Philadelphia Eagles’ leading receiver in his rookie season in 2021, and it looks like his game isn’t the only thing he’s been working on in the offseason.

During Thursday’s joint practice between the Eagles and the Cleveland Browns, things apparently got a little messy between Smith and Browns safety Richard LeCounte III.

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Josh Tolentino reported that LeCounte was directing nonsensical remarks at Smith, who had the ultimate line.

“Joint practices get spicy! Tolentino wrote. “Browns Richard LeCounte extended his trash talk to #Eagles DeVonta Smith. Smith says the last time he saw LeCounte he benched him in reference to the Alabama-Georgia era.

LeCounte, who played for the Georgia Bulldogs, was also drafted in 2021. Smith played for Alabama, who got the better of the Bulldogs on more than one occasion while both players were in college.

In 2018, Alabama beat Georgia 26-23 in the national championship game and won 41-24 in the 2021 title game.

Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni jokingly backed Smith, referring to how Smith likely won matchups with LeCounte en route to winning the 2020 Heisman Trophy.

Smith and LeCounte will have a chance to save their trash talk once and for all when the two teams play on Sunday.

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