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2020 Receiving

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Sun 9/13@WSH
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Latest News

Fantasy Football

Position Rank
52
% Rostered
26.2
% Change 7 Days
1.5

News: 4 days agoReagor isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report.

Spin: Reagor initially looked in line to miss a handful of games due to the shoulder injury he suffered in late August, but he comfortably beat his projected recovery timetable and was able to play in the Eagles' Week 1 loss to Washington. Based on his complete lack of an injury designation to kick off Week 2, the rookie won't even have his practice reps affected by the shoulder issue. Reagor flashed his big-play ability with a 55-yard grab during his NFL debut, but he also failed to haul in any of his other three targets and muffed a punt. He'll look to turn in a more consistent performance Sunday against the Rams.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: The Eagles selected Reagor with the 21st pick of April's draft. The TCU product is a bit tricky to decipher, as he put together a strong 72-1061-9 receiving line in 2018 prior to seeing his production and efficiency plummet in 2019. Reagor was held to 6.6 YPT and a 47% catch rate last season, but a prospect-low 60% of his targets were charted as catchable (55 of 92). Quarterback play was obviously an issue, though Reagor did have problems of his own, with nine drops and six fumbles. Reagor (5-foot-11, 206 pounds) has 4.47 speed and can contribute as a receiver, returner and ball carrier. The Eagles obviously believe they're getting the 2018 version of Reagor, and he'll have a shot to play a ton early on if Alshon Jeffery isn't a factor. Take him with a late pick.

Data provided by Elias Sports Bureau