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Opportunity remains a selling point for Reagor. No Eagle topped 79 targets last season, and the only 3 who eclipsed 65 -- Greg Ward, Zach Ertz, Travis Fulgham -- shouldn’t be candidates to lead this year’s squad in the category. DeVonta Smith’s arrival might keep Reagor from becoming the true lead wideout in Philly, but it certainly doesn’t exclude him from grabbing that role -- especially in 2021. Jalen Hurts must improve significantly from his passing performance late in 2020, but the Eagles’ offseason decisions suggest they believe he will.
As long as Reagor can stay healthy, he should be a fine bet from his ADP in WR5 territory.