Eagles WR Nelson Agholor said that he doesn't have personal goals as far as traditional statistics go - as is his nature - but he does want to catch a higher percentage of passes thrown in his direction.
"My responsibility is something that relates to accountability," Agholor said. "So when an opportunity comes my way, I have a percentage of opportunities that I must focus on reaching so my team can move the chains and my team can do well."
The new Eagles coaches watched the film. Did they see a receiver who could develop into a depending option?
"The film that I saw last year, I saw flashes of it," offensive coordinator Frank Reich said.
But the flashes were clouded by mistakes - a fumble here, a penalty there, dropped passes everywhere. Agholor wasn't the only Eagles receiver to struggle in hanging onto the football last season. And he hasn't been the only one during camp. The Eagles are averaging about five drops per practice this summer, the story said. The piece added Agholor should get his chances as last year the Eagles used a rotation at WR. If he can't separate himself, the Birds could got back to a rotation approach.