Rapoport: Nelson Agholor is available via trade

Andrew Porter
April 24, 2019 - 1:42 pm

NFL teams view Eagles WR Nelson Agholor as available via trade, especially if Philadelphia selects a wide receiver in this weekend's NFL Draft, according to Ian Rapoport

Agholor, 25, is making $9,387,000 in 2019—the final year of his contract—all of which counts against the Eagles' cap. 

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The Eagles signed DeSean Jackson this offseason to pair with Alshon Jeffery on the outside, while Agholor is currently slotted in to play slot, for now. 2017 fourth-round pick Mack Hollins did not play last season due to a groin injury. 

Philadelphia owns the 25th overall pick in the NFL Draft and seven picks overall. It seems likely they'll look to add some young talented at the wide receiver position. 

Agholor, originally the Eagles' 20th overall pick in 2015, started off slow catching just 59 balls for 648 yards and three touchdowns in his first two seasons combined. In year three, Agholor broke out a bit catching 62 for 768 and eight scores helping the Eagles win the Super Bowl. Last year, Agholor finished with 64/736/4.