Possible landing spots for Jalen Reagor if Eagles explore trade options

Jalen Reagor #18, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
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. Green Bay Packers. . team. 49. .

Don’t rule out the possibility of a few contenders giving the Eagles a call.

Well, it appears that, after eight years of the Aaron Rodgers/Davante Adams highwire act in Green Bay with the Packers, the Adams half of that duo decided that he had enough. He decided to take his talents to Las Vegas and join the Raiders.

Aaron has Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, and Amari Rodgers to toss the rock to now. That isn’t an awful trio, and truthfully Reagor may not be the game-changer that the reigning MVP is used to throwing to, but you have to figure that Jalen would become a better player by having a better quarterback behind center to get the ball to him.

One of Reagor’s best moments came at Lambeau Field, a punt return for a touchdown. Philly lost that game, unfortunately, but maybe a change of scenery can do some good.

35. . . . Tennessee Titans. . team

The Tennessee Titans gave up on Julio Jones after a single season, one in which he couldn’t complete the full 17-game slate. They’re seemingly in need of offensive upgrades now, and here’s why.

They have the best running back in the world on their roster (Derrick Henry). They also are home to one of the NFL’s best wide receivers (A.J. Brown). Past Brown, they don’t have much though.

Robert Woods has been added, but he isn’t the player he once was. That leaves them with role players with no real pop like Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Dez Fitzpatrick.

Yep, Titans GM Jon Robinson definitely needs to be on the phone and making phone calls. Hopefully, Howie Roseman will answer if he calls the NovaCare Complex.