So, the joking response here is that teams are allowed to play more than 1 WR in an offensive snap. A more serious comment is that, even if the front office concludes that Raegor will become a productive player (perhaps as soon as this year), the issues at WR/TE suggest they need more weapons-Sriracha wrote: ↑Thu Jan 07, 2021 6:04 pmThe average fanbase considers Reagor a bust; largely because they're impatient, don't take into account overall offensive issues, and are comparing him to Justin Jefferson who set the world on fire just because the media mocked Jefferson to the Eagles all off-season. (Last I checked, 3 other teams passed on Jefferson and the 49ers were deciding between Lamb/Aiyuk... not Lamb/Jefferson).. so WR is deemed a "team need".
Jeffrey- cap casualty?
This potentially leaves Reagor, Goedert, Greg Ward and JJAW at the top of the depth chart. In the early part of last season, many pinned Wentz's problems on the lack of quality weapons. That group would be a downgrade from last year, lol.
Regarding the FA class, not certain Philly will be able to be active, given they're cap issues being among the worst of the league. They may not be able to sign the top tier guys like ARob, and may have to settle for low level gambles like what Las Vegas did last year in signing Agholor. Isn't that ironic.