Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 21 22
vs 32 27
@ 27 24
vs 17 21
@ 30 25
vs 25 23
- -
vs 20 22
@ 18 22
vs 27 24
@ 16 21
vs 14 21
vs 31 26
@ 11 20
@ 26 23
@ 25 23
vs 15 21
vs 11 20
Player Outlook
Former first-round pick Reagor has fallen out of favor with the Eagles and Fantasy managers alike. His best chance at Fantasy relevance is if he finds a new team, but he may have a hard time finding a team that will give anything for him. Among 84 WRs with at least 100 targets since the start of 2020, Reagor ranks 70th in catch rate, 83rd in yards per target, and 82nd in yards per game. He should not be drafted in redraft leagues, but it's understandable if you want to hold on for a little longer in Dynasty.

Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 33 299 9.06 2 32 3.20 442.6
2020 31 396 12.77 1 26 6.50 494.5
3y Avg. 32 348 10.88 2 29 4.14 483.4
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Fantasy News

  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Making case for roster spot

    Reagor had a strong showing in the Eagles' first full padded practice Tuesday as he fights for a roster spot, Glenn Erby of USA Today reports. The 2020 first-round pick has been reduced to a fight for a roster spot rather than a starting role after a pair of disappointing seasons to start his career. A trade and a fresh start elsewhere likely provides his best path to fantasy relevance, but if that doesn't occur, he's at least making a good case to serve as the Eagles' fourth or fifth wideout. He caught a long touchdown pass in practice Tuesday between a pair of defenders, but he'll have to keep practicing at a high level to earn a job.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Working with second team

    Reagor is working with the second-team offense in camp, Bo Wulf of The Athletic Philadelphia reports. Reagor was selected in the first round of the 2020 draft but failed to impress in his first two professional seasons, averaging 32 catches for 347.5 yards and 1.5 touchdowns. He'll have a tough time matching even that modest level of production this season thanks to the Eagles' acquisition of A.J. Brown, which pushed Reagor further down the depth chart. His best shot at fantasy relevance this season likely requires a trade to a new team willing to give him a fresh start.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Becomes trade candidate

    Jalen Reagor slipped further down the depth chart and is a candidate to be traded after the acquisition of A.J. Brown, Zach Berman of the Athletic reports. Eagles GM Howie Roseman stated after the Brown trade that the team still plans to have Reagor on the roster, but the 2020 first-round pick is now fifth at best on the depth chart with Quez Watkins and Zach Pascal having surpassed him. Greg Ward has been more productive in recent years and is also still on the team. Reagor himself seemed frustrated by news of the deal and erased all mentions of the club on his social media soon after. It may be best for all parties if the 23-year-old got a fresh start elsewhere.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Minimal work against Buccaneers

    Reagor caught one of three targets for two yards in Sunday's 31-15 loss to the Buccaneers. Reagor had at least five targets in four of the first five games of the regular season, but his workload diminished later in the year. He topped five targets just once in the final 12 contests during the regular season and caught just 33 of 57 targets for 299 yards and two touchdowns while rushing 10 times for 32 yards across 17 appearances. The 23-year-old was Philadelphia's first-round pick during the 2020 NFL Draft, but he's failed to carve out much of a role across his first two professional seasons.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Totals 29 yards in loss

    Reagor caught two of his three targets for 19 yards and rushed three times for 10 yards in Saturday's 51-26 loss to Dallas. It was an underwhelming end to an underwhelming regular season for Reagor. He led all Philadelphia pass catchers in snaps with 69 but still failed to produce. The 2020 first-round pick finishes the regular season with 33 catches on 57 targets for 299 yards and two touchdowns. That's 97 yards fewer than his rookie season despite playing six more games.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Tallies negative yardage in win

    Reagor failed to catch his only target and lost three yards on his one carry in Sunday's 20-16 win over the Football Team. Reagor got his carry on the Eagles' first drive and then disappeared from the offense until the end of the third quarter. It's been a hugely disappointing campaign so far for the 2020 first-round pick. Perhaps he'll have a third-year wide-receiver breakout come next season.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Just 15 yards in victory

    Reagor caught two of his four targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 34-10 win over the Giants. Reagor was coming off a career-high 57 yards in his previous outing and looked like he might see one of his higher target totals of the season in this one, but Jalen Hurts didn't throw him the ball at all in the second half. The 2020 first-round pick remains at best the third option in the passing game for a run-heavy team.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Posts season high in victory

    Reagor caught all three of his targets for 57 yards in Tuesday's 27-17 win over Washington. The 57 yards were a season high for Reagor, who led all Philadelphia wide receivers on the day, trailing only Dallas Goedert among pass-catchers. The TCU product's three catches were his high mark since Week 5.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Eagles-Washington moved to Tuesday

    Reagor and the Eagles will no longer play Washington on Sunday, after the NFL officially rescheduled the matchup between the two teams for Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET. Due to ongoing COVID-19-related issues within Washington's organization, the NFL is hopeful that by delaying the game two days, the Football Team will restore enough players from the reserve/COVID-19 list to alleviate depth concerns on the roster. The two-day delay will also aid Quez Watkins' chances of clearing the necessary protocols and returning from the reserve/COVID-19 list, but if he's not available Tuesday, Reagor could benefit from a slight bump in targets.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Limited work in Week 13

    Reagor secured his lone target for seven yards while rushing once for no yards in Sunday's 33-18 win over the Jets. Reagor finished second among the Eagles' receivers by playing 68 percent of the offensive snaps Sunday, but he wasn't very productive against the Jets. The 22-year-old has been held to just one catch in five of the last six weeks, and he's hauled in seven of 16 targets for 43 yards while rushing four times for 13 yards during that time.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Two catches in Week 12

    Reagor caught two passes for 31 yards on seven targets against the Giants on Sunday. The Eagles lost 13-7 in a game where Reagor had two chances to make game-winning catches on the final drive yet failed to do so despite a pair of on-target passes. Reagor can't be blamed for Jalen Hurts' broader box score of 14 completed passes for 129 yards and three interceptions on 31 targets, but given the visibility of Reagor's mistakes in the one-score game, he might see his playing time and usage suffer going forward.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Targeted only twice in win

    Reagor caught one of his two targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 30-13 win over the Broncos. Reagor's hoped-for breakout has yet to occur, and things are trending in the wrong direction for the 2020 first-round pick. With the team seemingly finding a groove with a run-first offense, things may not turn around any time soon for the 22-year-old. He has seen a total of seven targets over his last four games combined.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Puts up negative yardage in loss

    Reagor caught his only target for a loss of six yards in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Chargers. The Eagles have drastically reduced their passing attempts over the last two games, leaving precious few opportunities for tertiary options like Reagor. He now has just three catches for 19 yards over his last four games.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Ready to go for Sunday

    Reagor (ankle) practiced fully Friday and doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Per Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia, head coach Nick Sirianni confirmed earlier Friday that Reagor would be ready to go for the Week 9 matchup, and the second-year wideout's availability was confirmed after he turned in a full practice. Though Reagor is locked into a regular starting role for the Eagles, he's not seeing enough volume in the passing game to make for a reliable lineup option in the majority of fantasy leagues. Reagor has found the end zone only twice in eight games and has topped out at 53 receiving yards.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Manages limited practice showing

    Reagor (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Reagor took a meaningful step forward in his recovery from the ankle injury he sustained in the Week 8 win over the Lions, as he had previously been a non-participant for the Eagles' first Week 9 practice. The coaching staff will see what Reagor is able to do at Friday's practice before determining whether or not he'll carry an injury designation into this weekend's game against the Chargers.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Back at practice Thursday

    Reagor (ankle) returned to practice Thursday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. The Eagles' upcoming injury report will reveal Reagor's participation level, but his return to practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's session has the wideout trending in the right direction as Sunday's game against the Chargers approaches.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Reagor (ankle) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice. Through Week 7, Reagor routinely logged between 69 and 87 percent of the offensive snaps for the Eagles, but that number fell to 18 percent this past Sunday in Detroit after he hurt his ankle. Fortunately for the second-year wide receiver, the injury isn't expected to affect his availability for game day, per Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer. In any case, Reagor's status should be watched closely to ensure he'll be out there this weekend against the Chargers.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Avoids serious injury

    Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said Reagor is on a "short recovery timetable" after sustaining an ankle injury in Sunday's 44-6 win over the Lions, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Reagor can be viewed as day-to-day as the Eagles begin preparing for a Week 9 home game against the Chargers. In the event Reagor can't gain clearance for this Sunday's contest, Greg Ward would likely step into a larger role alongside starting receivers DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Injures ankle Sunday

    Reagor was forced out of Sunday's game against the Lions with an ankle injury. Prior to his exit from the contest, Reagor ran twice for 21 yards and caught one pass for zero yards. In his absence, DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins will head the Eagles' Week 8 wideout corps.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Reagor: Hauls in touchdown in loss

    Reagor caught both of his targets for 25 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-22 loss to Las Vegas. He also had one rushing attempt for no gain. Reagor saw his lowest target total over the last three weeks, and none of them came until garbage time. Fortunately, one of his chances came in the red zone, and he converted it into a score. The TCU product is still an afterthought in an average offense, however.
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