Eagles who may be playing elsewhere in 2023 (but we hope they stay)

Fletcher Cox #91, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)
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Kyzir White, Philadelphia Eagles
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Scouting Report. . Pick Analysis. Linebacker. Kyzir White. 43. player. 54

Might Kyzir White and Zach Pascal both leave after a single season?

Eagles fans and the Philadelphia media have developed a reputation for being unreasonable and hard to please at times and rightfully so, but as the great Jason Kelce so eloquently stated this past offseason, the expectation is that our beloved Birds show up and give their best effort on game days. If they do that, the rest will take care of itself.

Kyzir White‘s addition didn’t create a requisite fireworks show, but he quickly silenced the doubters. You’ll never hear him booed at Lincoln Financial Field, but with his deal only being for one year, one has to ask if he’s seen as disposable. Let’s hope not.

Scouting Report. . 3. Pick Analysis. Wide Receiver. Zach Pascal. player. 54

Don’t look now, but Zach Pascal has already landed in the ‘fan favorite’ conversation. Always looking to do the dirty work so his teammates can shine, Number 3 has earned the ‘enforcer’ label that was prematurely and undeservedly given to J.J. Arcega-Whiteside.

Once upon a time, there was this conversation that the Eagles’ wide receiver corps may need a veteran presence. They have that two times over now thanks to the addition of A.J. Brown during the NFL Draft and, before him, Zach Pascal in free agency, but the latter is only signed for one year. Does Philly have the resources to bring him back?