He’s 17th among 32 in the league, according to ESPN:

2018 outlook: Alshon Jeffery played 2017 with a torn rotator cuff and still managed to post 57 catches, 789 yards and nine touchdowns during the regular season and came up big during the team’s postseason run. He was rewarded with a four-year, $52 million contract that runs through 2021. The injury kept him from practicing this spring. Coach Doug Pederson said training camp “is going to be real important” for Jeffery. Assuming he returns to full health, he should continue to produce as Carson Wentz’s No. 1 wide receiver. 

Projected target share: 22 percent. Jeffery’s 22 percent target share in 2017 doesn’t exactly jump off the page, but he saw 26 more targets than No. 2 Nelson Agholor. During weeks he was active, Jeffery averaged a hefty 26 percent share during the past five seasons: