If one thing is for certain in Philadelphia, there will be major changes to the wide receiver position in 2020. Just two years from the last time GM Howie Roseman remade the group for the teams franchise QB Carson Wentz. In 2019 there were some things that stood out for the Eagles pass-catchers. Greg Ward showed promise late in 2019, the team sorely missed DeSean Jackson, and like always – the tight end position excelled (Zach Ertz and Dallas Geodert). With Alshon Jeffrey posting career worse numbers and Nelson Agholor struggling it would be no surprise to see Roseman add at least one veteran to the group in free agency.
After grading him highly in the 2016 draft, the Eagles have set Robinson “in their sights” for this March, per the Inquirer’s Jeff McLane. Robinson, of course, probably isn’t the only name on the Eagles’ radar at WR.
One name in particular that was on Roseman’s hit list before appearing in Super Bowl LIV earlier this month is Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. After grading him highly in the 2016 draft, the Eagles have set Robinson “in their sights” for this March. But he’s not he ONLY name that the Eagles will be analyzing for their wide receiving core.