Assuming he isn't suspended for an incident last month at a Philadelphia strip club, WR Nelson Agholor will enter training camp as the No. 2 receiver, and the team's top option on the outside.
That could be a problem for the Eagles, as Agholor had a disastrous rookie season due to a combination of drops and injuries. Things haven't gotten much better for Agholor, who once again dealt with drops during OTAs. If Agholor is once again going to be a nonfactor this season, the Eagles need to figure it out quickly, and find a way to replace him.
Hard to believe we're already hearing about the possibility of the Eagles having to replace Agholor, but that's life in the NFL. The team signed Rueben Randle to also play on the outside while Jordan Matthews is the probably the team's top target playing the slot. Overall, the Eagles WRs as a whole aren't very strong. Agholor is ranked 110th on our list but so far is a late round flier at the position with an ADP of the 17th round.