WR - PHI
This Week Outlook
The Eagles ruled out WR Jalen Reagor (head) for the remainder of Week 17 against Washington.
Reagor finishes his rookie campaign with 31 receptions for 396 yards and one touchdown. He dealt with injuries as well as inconsistent quarterback play and should ultimately be considered a "buy" candidate in dynasty leagues. Reagor was the 21st overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor caught three of his seven targets for 30 yards in Sunday's loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Reagor is having a disappointing rookie season and has now caught 30 passes for 381 yards and one touchdown through 10 games. However, the entire Philadelphia offense has struggled this season, so it's difficult to determine how much of the rookie's struggles are specific to him.
Eagles rookie WR Jalen Reagor (ankle) will return to practice on Wednesday, per HC Doug Pederson.
Reagor injured his ankle in Week 15 but is set to return to practice on Wednesday after totaling his season-high in targets (8) and receptions (5) against the Cardinals. Continue monitoring Reagor's status throughout the rest of the week but he should be ready to play the Cowboys in a pivotal Week 16 playoff matchup. Expect Reagor's usage to continue trending upward with a potential end to his touchdown drought, facing a Dallas defense that has given up 31 passing touchdowns on the season.
Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor caught five of his eight targets for 49 yards in Sunday's loss to the Arizona Cardinals but left the game late with an ankle injury.
Reagor was having one of his best games as a pro before leaving the game with the injury. Look for an update on his status early this week from head coach Doug Pederson.
Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor caught two of his four targets for 46 yards and rushed once for 19 yards in Sunday's win over the New Orleans Saints.
Reagor's 46 yards receiving managed to lead the team on Sunday as they leaned heavily on a rushing attack behind new quarterback Jalen Hurts, who himself rushed 18 times for 106 yards. 39 of Reagor yards came on a busted coverage on a crossing pattern that saw him break wide open for a short completely and then break up the sideline for about 35 more yards. Despite the Eagles offense looking rejuvenated on Sunday, it's hard to trust Reagor in a Week 15 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, especially with most formats already in the playoffs.