2021 Philadelphia Eagles offseason predictions for every offensive position

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Might a certain Philadelphia Eagles tight end get the contract that he’s after?

The Eagles can’t ignore the Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz conversation. Goedert’s blocking and ability to gain yards after the catch surpasses what we’ve seen from Ertz, and following the drama that has surrounded 86’s contract and his lack of production in 2020, the Eagles could explore the idea of moving on from the three-time Pro Bowler.

Richard Rodgers has shown some promise this season. He doesn’t display any ‘wow’ factor, but he has been sturdy and a reliable target for Carson Wentz..

Prediction: The Eagles trade Ertz for a second or third-round pick and keep Goedert, Rodgers, and Hakeem Butler on the roster.

Let’s talk about these Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers.

The Eagles look to be pretty solid at the wide receiver position heading into 2021 with Jalen Reagor, Travis Fulgham, and John Hightower. giving them a full offseason could equate to a solid receiving corps for Carson Wentz.

The Eagles will most certainly move on from Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson (finally), which believe it or not, would make both Greg Ward and Marquise Goodwin the veteran presence at the position.

Prediction: The Eagles cut Jeffery and Jackson and sign Will Fuller in free agency.

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Yes Philadelphia Eagles fans, it’s time to talk quarterbacks.

Even though it seems some Eagles fans want to move on from Carson Wentz, he isn’t going anywhere. Jalen Hurts has already proven that he has some ability. Nate Sudfeld, in all likelihood, is out of here. The Eagles could possibly bring in a veteran as another backup, but that really depends upon where they stand as far as cap space.

Prediction: Carson Wentz and Jalen Hurts remain on the roster, and Nate Sudfeld is sent to free agency, meaning the ‘quarterback factory’ takes another signal-caller in next year’s NFL Draft.