Former Eagles teammates honor Jordan Matthews after being traded to Bills

Chicago, IL - September 19, 2016 - Soldier Field: Jordan Matthews (81) of the Philadelphia Eagles and Harold Jones-Quartey (29) of the Chicago Bears during a regular season Monday Night Football game (Photo by Allen Kee / ESPN Images)

Trades are part of the business in the NFL. And today was no different for wide receiver Jordan Matthews, who was moved to Buffalo to play for the Bills.

Matthews, 25, was part of a deal that brought cornerback Ronald Darby to Philadelphia

Last season, Matthews had 73 receptions, 804 yards and three touchdowns for the Eagles.

Whatever his productivity is on the field, it’s clear that off the field he was a beloved teammate. Quarterback Carson Wentz was among the many Eagles players who took to social media to express their love and support for Matthews.

Matthews was part of a group of Christians on the Eagles who developed the moniker #AO1, sharing with the world that they first play for an audience of One, Jesus Christ, and Him alone.

You can read more about Matthews’ faith in Christ and playing for an “Audience of One” here