With Breshad Perriman still available, the Philadelphia Eagles should consider bringing the wideout on board for the 2020 season.
Even though the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to focus on the wide receiver position in the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft, could the team actually benefit from considering a player who still happens to be available in Breshad Perriman?
Now that free agency has basically been underway for a week, most teams have already made all their necessary move, but for the Eagles, the team has nothing to lose by considering the options that are still available, whether it happens to be Perriman or someone else.
After all of the frustration surrounding the wide receiver position from 2019, it’s no secret that Philadelphia desperately needs to improve in this area before next season, or repeating as NFC East champions will seem nearly impossible.
Adding someone like Perriman certainly isn’t going to solve all the issues Philadelphia dealt with at wide receiver last season, but this would still be a move that could work wonders in the passing game, and benefit the Eagles in a big way.
Looking across the rest of the division, and how each of Philadelphia’s rivals have found ways to improve this offseason, the Eagles are going to need all of the extra help possible for 2020 if their playoff streak in the NFC is going to increase to four years in a row.
Perriman may be feeling some sort of frustration over still being available since plenty of teams could use help at wide receiver, but it seems like only a matter of time before the wideout finds himself a new team for 2020.
As for the Eagles, even if they prefer to focus on adding talent at wide receiver in the upcoming draft next month, here are a few reasons why Perriman still deserves consideration.