April 30, 2022
Jalen Reagor has fallen way down the Eagles' depth chart, and he doesn't seem to be taking it well.
His time in Philadelphia may be coming to an end soon.
The Eagles made a huge splash on Night 1 of the draft Thursday when they sent the 18th overall pick and one of their thirds to Tennessee for star receiver A.J. Brown.
With Brown expected to lineup opposite DeVonta Smith, the move gives the Eagles a dangerous 1-2 punch at wideout, but leaves Reagor lost in the shuffle.
The Eagles' 2020 first-round pick out of TCU, Reagor has so far failed to live up to the status of his selection. He had just 396 receiving yards and a touchdown in his rookie season, then dropped to 299 yards in 2021, though he did catch one more touchdown.
More often than not, though, he was invisible in the Eagles' offense.
After Thursday night, Reagor is the fifth receiver down on the team's depth chart at best. Smith and Brown occupy the top spots, followed by Zach Pascal, Quez Watkins, and then a coin toss between Reagor and Greg Ward.
There really isn't much of a place for him anymore.
JJ Arcega-Whiteside, another struggling receiving prospect, is being given a try at tight end.
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