Any Philadelphia Eagles fan who is hopeful that their team can rid themselves of Nelson Agholor but fearful that there may be no interested party might like these ideas.
At some point, all relationships must end, especially the ones that trouble us or no longer benefit us. For the Philadelphia Eagles and their fans, the up-and-down nature of the NFL has everyone second-guessing some of the working relationships between the franchise and its employees. Their player roster is aging. Their coaches are underperforming, and some of the guys who have been fixtures on this team for years seem to be more of a problem than a solution. Look no further than Nelson Agholor.
Take a poll, and most will tell you that they’re under the impression that Philly’s business relationship with Agholor must end.
ITI ran one of its own, and the results were overwhelming.
Andy Reid is the winningest coach in the history of the Eagles, but after 14 seasons, even his voice became stale. A change was needed. The move worked out for both sides. Now, Philly must balance loyalty to the guys who helped build a better culture with staying relevant and competitive.
Throw Agholor’s name in the discussion. Everyone’s heard the rumors about shipping him to the AFC South and Indianapolis Colts. That would reunite him with Frank Reich. Here are two other options the Eagles, the Philly media, and their fans might find interesting.