The 2021 Philadelphia Eagles have a young core of Wide Receivers headlined by First Round Pick Devonta Smith joining second year Receivers Jalen Reagor, John Hightower, and Quez Watkins along with 26 year old Slot Receiver Greg Ward and the talented Travis Fulgham. But with Smith missing a couple weeks of Training Camp with a Sprained MCL, this is the second straight year that a First Round Drafted Wide Receiver gets injured before the start of the regular season.

This week's Top Ten Thursday, we are going to take a look at the Top Ten Wide Receivers in Eagles Franchise History. The criteria for this week's list is a balancing act between the player's ranking in Eagles Franchise History along with their career accomplishments. Honorable Mentions includes:

*Charlie Smith: Top 20 in Eagles Franchise History in Receiving Yards (3,349) and Receiving Touchdowns (24) in 118 Games Played

*Ben Hawkins: Led the NFL in Receiving Yards in 1967 (1,265); Top 20 in Eagles History in Receiving Yards (4,764) and Receiving Touchdowns (32)

*Jason Avant: Top 15 in Eagles Franchise History in Receptions (297) and Receiving Yards (3,646)

*Calvin Williams: Top 15 in Eagles Franchise History in Receiving Yards (3,840), Catches (295) and Receiving Touchdowns (34)

Top Ten Eagles Wide Receivers in Franchise History

Olympic athletes from NJ competing in Tokyo 2021

After the pandemic sidelined world-class athletes in 2020, at least 18 Olympic contenders with New Jersey roots have qualified for the Tokyo Olympic games. Some are returning after an appearance in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2016 — while others find themselves in their first Olympics.

Here's the roundup of contenders, grouped by sport, with the opening ceremony set for July 23.