If they awarded an MVP trophy to the best player in shorts and helmets, Nelson Agholor would take home that prize this spring. Agholor's route-running has improved by leaps and bounds from his rookie campaign in 2015, he caught several contested balls throughout OTAs and seems to have a renewed commitment towards turning the page on his lackluster 23-reception rookie year. Agholor even purchased a JUGS machine for his house and invited several teammates over to get in extra work catching balls from it.
Eagles Beat: WR Nelson Agholor's route-running has improved 'by leaps and bounds'
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