Jalen Reagor is a smaller receiver who has good top-end speed. He is quick and has the balance to keep on his feet after contact. Reagor will break tackles but lacks the frame to consistently win 50-50 balls downfield. He will threaten defenses vertically. Reagor doesn't have much room to garner volume with both DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery. Still, neither of these receivers have remained healthy long enough to be a considerable threat. It is unclear if JJ Arcega-Whiteside can turn it around in season two. Also, Philadelphia drafted John Hightower and Quez Watkins.
Dynasty Spin: Reagor does have 2020 value, but he delivers more in the long-term. There is just too much surrounding him to be very effective unless there is an injury or two. He will have a solid quarterback in Carson Wentz, throwing him the ball and should be the number one receiver entering the 2021 season. Reagor is going in the first round in rookie drafts and in the early fifth in start-ups.
|Projected Missed||Probability of injury per game ?||Probablity of injury in the season ?|
|Sep 20, 2020||Hand Thumb Torn Ligament||Reagor suffered a UCL tear in his thumb during the Week 2 game vs. the Rams. He missed five games as he underwent surgery to address a torn UCL in his right thumb|
|Aug 30, 2020||Shoulder Dislocation||Reagor suffered a shoulder injury during the training camp practice. He was ready for the season opener|