The Baltimore Sun is reporting that wide receiver Kelley Washington has joined the Philadelphia Eagles. Washington played 15 games for the Ravens last season (two starts). Before that, he was with the Patriots and Bengals.
Washington is a thick, athletic target who brings a playmaking flair to the slot. However, he’s not a go-to weapon who can steal snaps from No. 3 receiver Jason Avant.
Washington will help Philadelphia’s special teams, though. The Eagles have made special teams more of a priority (hence the hiring of longtime Bills assistant Bobby April). Washington is one of the better punt cover gunners in the game.
-- Andy Benoit
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