3. Nelson Agholor, wide receiver
Honestly, Nelson Agholor may have already showed the NFL what kind of receiver he really is. You can ask any Eagles fan about Nelson Agholor, and they will tell you exactly how they feel about his first two years in the NFL. There’s just one problem. It probably won’t be a glowing response.
Agholor has only 648 yards and five touchdowns in his first two seasons in the league. That’s a huge bummer considering he was drafted 20th overall by the Eagles in 2015. The Eagles signed two new wide receivers during the off-season, Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith, and both figure to start. Jordan Matthews is also still on the roster.
So what does this mean for Agholor? No one’s sure exactly, but any opportunity Agholor gets will need to be used to prove that he was worth the investment. Otherwise, he may find himself out of the NFL once his rookie contract expires.