If the Philadelphia Eagles decide to go with another wide receiver on Day 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft, there will be some intriguing options to consider.
For months, there was plenty of speculation the Philadelphia Eagles would decide to go with a wide receiver during the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, which turned out to be the case at No. 21 with TCU’s Jalen Reagor.
Even though some Eagles fans were hoping to see the team select Justin Jefferson or CeeDee Lamb before the Dallas Cowboys swooped in, the speed that Reagor brings to the table should result in the rookie wideout making an impact right away for Philadelphia in 2020.
After all of the injuries last season to key players such as DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery, the Eagles realized the importance of addressing their need at wide receiver during the draft to avoid another situation like last year.
Otherwise, Philadelphia would most likely find it difficult to repeat as NFC East champions when seeing how much better the Cowboys are expected to be next season along with the New York Giants and Washington Redskins having potential to be sleepers within the division.
With that being said, the Eagles certainly came up big addressing wide receiver right away in the draft with Reagor, but there has also been talk over the possibility of the team adding another wideout at some point on Day 3 after addressing (positions) on Friday.
The argument can be made that Philadelphia would be better off addressing one of their other needs instead of drafting a second wideout, but just in case the Eagles do end up going in this direction, here are the best picks still available for the position entering the final day of the draft.