By Harry Allison
Eagles tight end Brent Celek has seen his role decline over the last three seasons.
After a 32-catch 2014, Celek had only 27 in 2015 and a career-low 14 in 2016.
Celek’s targets have also decreased, accumulating only 17 last season after being thrown at 32 times in 2015 and 47 times in 2014.
The veteran was our 46th ranked tight end out of 63 qualifiers (52.1 overall grade), only averaging 1.23 yards per route run (55th best at his position).
The Eagles have Zach Ertz atop the depth chart and Trey Burton as a versatile option behind him, so this may be Celek’s last rodeo in Philly.