The Eagles improved their receiving corps drastically this offseason by signing Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith. Finally, Carson Wentz will have a respectable group of wideouts to throw to.
Shelton Gibson and Mack Hollins, the two rookie wideouts the Eagles selected in the draft, should have a good chance of making the team. Both are big play threats with formidable vertical speed.
One notable name missing from this list is Nelson Agholor. After being selected in the first round of the draft just two years ago, he has done nothing to earn himself a future with the Eagles. Philadelphia would be better off moving on from the struggling wideout than giving him another chance to prove that he was ever worth a first-round selection.