The Philadelphia Eagles open the preseason on Friday night, with a few roster spots up for grabs.

One spot that still seems to be open is at wide receiver, with A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins all locks to make the team.  After that Zach Paschal and Jalen Reagor seem to be battling for a roster spot with Britain Covey and Deon Cain impressing so far at camp. 

"There are a bunch of teams looking for receivers," said Adam Caplan from Inside the Birds during Tuesday's edition of Football at Four on The Sports

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One team that might have interest in Reagor is the Denver Broncos according to NFL reporter Matt Lombardo of

Paton and the Broncos have shown interest in Reagor, league sources have told Heavy, so perhaps Denver can find a way to maximize the TCU alum, and the Eagles can add yet another asset to Howie Roseman’s bountiful 2023 NFL draft war chest.

Lombardo suggests that the Broncos, who lost receiver Tim Patrick to an ACL injury, have “shown interest” in the former first-round pick.

Reagor has had a solid camp, but something tells me if a team has interest in him, Howie Roseman would move him.

So what kind of value does Reagor have around the league?  Well according to one NFL head coach per Lombardo, not much at this point.

“It’s probably not much more than a sixth or seventh-round pick, at this point. He just hasn’t had the production to justify anything more than being a flier.”

Still, don't be surprised if Reagor is not on the Eagles 53-man roster when the season begins.

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