Philadelphia Eagles WR power ranking following DeVonta Smith selection

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It’s probably safe to say these guys are making the Philadelphia Eagles roster.

4. Travis Fulgham

Now, it all makes sense. Travis Fulgham was trying to play through some injuries as the 2020-2021 regular season wore down.

Now that doesn’t totally excuse the bad play late, but based on an impressive run that we all witnessed from him that stretched from Week 4 to Week 8, there’s no reason to believe that he shouldn’t compete for a roster spot in 2021.

3. Greg Ward

You can make the argument that Greg Ward was the Philadelphia Eagles’ best wide receiver in 2021. Now, some of you may disagree with that sentiment, but we can all see where the argument comes from.

Sometimes, it feels like fans like him more than the organization does. Yes, he’s slow, but with each passing year, the guy gets better and better. That can’t be denied.

2. Jalen Reagor

Don’t give up on Jalen Reagor just yet. No, 31 catches, a single receiving touchdown, and one punt return for a touchdown aren’t the numbers fans are looking for from someone that was taken 21st-overall, but now that he’s ‘the other guy’ as opposed to being looked at to be ‘the guy’, we all might see him relax and flourish some.

3 Enticing second-round options for the Eagles. light. Trending

1. DeVonta Smith

This shouldn’t surprise anyone. Just by being taken on Day 1 in Round 1, DeVonta Smith will walk into the NovaCare Complex as the Philadelphia Eagles’ best wide receiver. Finally! Jeffrey Lurie and Howie Roseman have done something right.