Which of the Philadelphia Eagles’ offseason signings will have the biggest impact in 2014? Will it be one of the Eagles’ seven draft picks, or a player picked up in free agency? Here’s a look at three of the newest Eagles who could have an impact in 2014:
1. Jordan Matthews
Picked in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the former Vanderbilt wide receiver figures to help fill the gap left by Washington wide receiver DeSean Jackson. While Jordan Matthews will start primarily as a slot receiver, his strength and willingness to take contact will surely help him make big plays in midnight green. Of all the players picked up by the Eagles, Jordan Matthews excites me the most.
Matthews has shown a hard working ethic that matches the city he now plays in. As a student of the game, prepared to put in the hours to work on his game, there is no doubt that Jordan Matthews has the personality and style that Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Chip Kelly has been looking for when building his roster.