Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Bryce Treggs is on a mission.
To the casual NFL fan, the name Bryce Treggs may not ring a bell, but if you know anyone who identifies themselves as a Philadelphia Eagles fan, the word “casual”, more than likely isn’t one that you’d use to describe them. For them, the fan’s experience doesn’t end when Philly’s season does. Their entire thought process is about scouting, offseason plans, and who the “Birds” might take in the next NFL Draft.
Eagles fans know Bryce Treggs very well. He spent two stints with Philly, first from September of 2016 to October of 2017 and then from December of 2017 to September of 2018. His pro career may not have yielded the success that he was looking for (eight career grabs for 159 yards and a touchdown), but no worries. He’s already focused on what will be chapter two of adulthood for him.
This should make all of those die-hard Philadelphia Eagles fans smile.
What sometimes gets forgotten by NFL fans is these are real people with responsibilities and families. They’re not just pieces and points on your Fantasy team. They aren’t just a Madden overall rating.
For ninety percent of them, Canton, Ohio and an induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame isn’t the end game. Many of the guys we analyze, break down, and criticize will fail, and the next stage in life will come more quickly than they would have hoped.
The most recent Fourth of July was a reason to celebrate for many Americans, as it always is, but for Mr. Treggs, there was some added hype as he announced quite the achievement.
"With my master’s degree completed, I’m now 100-percent focused on becoming the best agent in the game. Excited for this next chapter."
NFL agents beware, “Agent Trigga” is open for business, and he has the advantage of having a knowledge of the game that so many people lack. He knows what the inside of a locker room and the inside of a huddle feels like. That’s an experience that can’t be bought.
As mentioned, Treggs spent two stints in Philly. They sandwiched a brief run with the Cleveland Browns from October of 2017 to December of 2017 and came after the San Francisco 49ers made the decision to move into the 2016 season without him. It’s good to see him make this type of move. Both congrats and kudos are in order.