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What You Need to Know:
Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
Ertz remains a trade candidate this summer. If he stays in Philly, he’ll likely head into his 9th season as the #2 TE. That marks a steep fall for a guy who was going top-5 at the position in 2020 drafts, but it wouldn’t be a death sentence. HC Nick Sirianni brings a TE-friendly past, and Philly’s shallow WR corps -- with unproven youngsters atop the depth chart -- increases the target opportunity for the TEs. Ertz looks solid as a late TE3 in best-ball drafting right now. At worst, he’ll be the 2nd TE in a positive situation for opportunity. There’s handcuff upside in case of another Goedert injury, and potential for a big boost if Ertz gets traded. We’ll see how/whether his situation changes as we move into and through summer.