During the 2020 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles used their first-round pick on TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor. Fast forward just two years later, and it appears the team is willing to move on from Reagor.
According to ESPN reporter Tim McManus, the Eagles are "open" to listening to offers for Reagor.
In 2021, Reagor had 33 catches for 299 yards and two touchdowns. The Eagles thought he'd take a step in the right direction in Year 2, but the reality is his rookie campaign was better.
Considering how he played this past fall, Reagor's trade value can't be very high. And if that's the case, the Eagles might benefit from retaining him for another season.
Eagles general manager Howie Roseman opened up about Reagor in a recent press conference. He sounds cautiously optimistic that Reagor can still turn things around.
"With Jalen, obviously I know that he gets a lot of attention in this city, and I know that he’s working his butt off,” Roseman said, via ProFootballTalk. “Sometimes the book isn’t necessarily written on all of those guys.”
Whether or not the Eagles keep Reagor, there's no denying they need help at wide receiver.