3 teams who should consider trading for Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery

Alshon Jeffery, Colts
Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Alshon Jeffery has been a named that has popped up in trade rumors throughout a big portion of the NFL offseason so far. The Philadelphia Eagles have reportedly been open to moving him at the right price. However, there have been some conflicting reports to those rumors.

Despite the conflicting reports, the Eagles trading Jeffery would make sense. He has not made the impact the team was expecting over the last couple of years and has struggled to stay healthy and on the field.

Last season with the Eagles, Jeffery caught 43 passes for 490 yards and four touchdowns. He played in just 10 games for Philadelphia. Should the Eagles choose to shop Jeffery, there would likely be quite a few teams with interest in trading for him.

Let’s take a look at three teams who should look into the availability of Jeffery.

3 Comments

  1. Evan, how is Alshon a good idea for the Pack? Not only does he carry a $15mil cap hit, which is more than the remaining cap the Pack has, but that’s also almost the same cap figure as Adams, who is WORLDS better than Alshon. Furthermore, Alshon is the same body type and plays the same function as recently acquired Funchess, recently resigned Lazard, and yet unproven EQ St Brown. He’s better than all 3 at this point, but also loads more expensive and would cause you to cut one or more of them. Further furthermore, the Pack could easily have a Tee Higgins fall to them in the first or a Chase Claypool in the second, or even use the 3rd rounder you mentioned for another of the myriad receiving options, which would serve the same purpose as bringing Alshon in, again for WAY cheaper.
    This is all around a terrible idea, and shows a shallow and lazy understanding of the Packers roster. I’m a huge Packer fan and would be happy to have you run ideas past me before you write them in articles if it would be helpful.

    • Good luck with the drop king from 2018 and 2019… reason the panthers let him go… the colts fan base got to see it up close and personal in the “1” game he played before getting hurt…. scrub

Comments are closed.