EAGLES PAUSE FOR BYE WEEK: HERE’S HOW THEIR ROOKS ARE DOING

Says John McMullen of SI.com:

In April the Eagles selected 10 players and seemed to shift from a philosophy that championed college production under Joe Douglas to a traits-based sentiment with Andy Weidl leading the personnel department.

It’s been a mixed back to date and here’s our look at the Eagles 2020 draft class at the midway point of the 2020 campaign:

Round 1, No. 21 overall – WR Jalen Reagor. Injuries have hampered Reagor early in the season, first a slightly-torn labrum in his shoulder during training camp slowed him down and then a torn thumb ligament cost the TCU product five games.

So far Regaor has played in three games and managed eight receptions for 155 yards and had his first NFL touchdown against Dallas on Sunday night.

When he has played Reagor has participated in 59 percent of the offensive snaps against the Washington Football Team, 85 % against the LA Rams, and 73 % vs. the Cowboys and it’s generally been a struggle with ProFootballFocus.com grading Reagor No. 110 of the 118 receivers who’ve played enough to be in the mix.

https://www.si.com/nfl/eagles/news/rookies-at-the-roundabout-slow-start-for-eagles-premium-picks

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