|Ht / Wt:||5'11" / 206 lb.|
|Born:||January 1, 1999|
|Drafted:||2020 / Rd. 1 (21)|
Reagor (head) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's season finale against Washington.
Analysis: Reagor had been working as the No. 1 wide receiver for the depleted Eagles and caught his only target for 15 yards prior to sustaining the injury. The rookie first-round pick dressed for 11 games, catching 31 passes for 396 yards and a touchdown. Reagor should play a larger role next season with a year of experience under his belt.
Reagor caught three of seven targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 37-17 loss to the Cowboys.
Analysis: He tied Zach Ertz for the team lead in targets as the Eagles tried desperately to make a comeback in the second half, but Reagor wasn't able to do much with the volume. The rookie has failed to reach 50 receiving yards in five straight games, posting a poor 14-170-0 line on 27 targets over that stretch, and he has yet to show much chemistry with Jalen Hurts. The duo will have one more chance to get on the same page in 2020 during next week's clash with a Washington team that needs to win to lock up the NFC East title.
Reagor (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Dallas.
Analysis: A minor ankle injury impacted his practice participation earlier in the week, but Reagor should be fine for his typical role Sunday against the Cowboys. He played 68 and 55 percent of Philadelphia's offensive snaps the past two weeks, catching seven of 12 targets for 95 yards in Jalen Hurts' first two starts. The Eagles have been using a five-receiver rotation, but Reagor has been the closest thing to consistent among the bunch.
Reagor (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Analysis: Though Reagor hasn't practiced fully in either of the Eagles' first two sessions of Week 16, head coach Doug Pederson indicated Wednesday that the rookie wideout would be good to go for Sunday's game at Dallas. So long as Reagor can increase his activity Friday, he should enter the weekend minus an injury designation.
Reagor (ankle) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Analysis: Prior to the session, coach Doug Pederson told Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News that Reagor is "fine" as he looks to put an ankle injury suffered this past Sunday at Arizona behind him. With a limited practice in the books, Reagor will look to increase his activity level as the week proceeds.
Head coach Doug Pederson said that Reagor (ankle) will practice Wednesday and is "fine" as the Eagles begin Week 16 prep, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.
Analysis: The Eagles will release their first Week 16 injury report later Wednesday, which will confirm the extent of Reagor's participation in practice. Even if Reagor ends up being listed as a limited participant, the ankle injury he picked up in last week's loss to the Cardinals doesn't look as though it will affect his availability for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Through Jalen Hurts' first two starts at quarterback, Reagor has caught seven of 12 targets for 95 yards while chipping in nine yards on the ground.
Reagor (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Analysis: Reagor secured five of eight targets for 49 yards before being forced out in the fourth quarter of Sunday's contest. The Eagles only have four remaining active receivers in Greg Ward, Alshon Jeffery, Travis Fulgham and Quez Watkins.
Reagor caught two of four targets for 46 yards and added 19 rushing yards on his lone carry in Sunday's 24-21 win over the Saints.
Analysis: The 46 receiving yards were still enough to lead the team, although three other Eagles saw more targets than the rookie wideout. Reagor continues to tease big-play ability, but the switch to Jalen Hurts at quarterback may not lead to more volume for him in Week 15's road clash with the Cardinals.
Reagor caught his lone target for 34 yards and rushed once for 11 yards in Sunday's 30-16 loss to Green Bay. He also returned a punt 73 yards for a touchdown.
Analysis: Reagor had seen at least five targets in each of his past four games since returning from injury, but he salvaged his day with the special-teams play in the fourth quarter. With most Eagles receiving weapons now healthy and the offense continuing to struggle, Reagor may continue to be inconsistent down the stretch.
Reagor caught three of seven targets for 11 receiving yards during Monday's 23-17 loss to the Seahawks.
Analysis: Reagor has now produced three or more receptions in five consecutive appearances, but 11 yards Monday night constituted a season low for the first-round rookie out of TCU. He has dealt with injury this season, missing five games in September and October because of a torn UCL in his right thumb. Even when active, Reagor hasn't had the explosive downfield impact Philadelphia hoped he would when selecting him 21st overall. The 21-year-old has established a relatively inefficient catch rate of 57.6 percent while averaging 6.7 yards per target with only one total touchdown for the Eagles' 27th-ranked passing offense.
Reagor caught four of five targets for 52 yards during Sunday's 22-17 loss to the Browns.
Analysis: Reagor ranked second on the team in catches and receiving yards while finishing third in targets. This was his highest yardage output since the season opener and he's now managed the best two-game stretch of his young career in that department. Reagor seems to be finding his niche in the offense and will look to continue his emergence next Monday night against a Seahawks team that ranks among the most generous to opposing receivers in virtually every category this season.
Reagor recorded four receptions on seven targets for 47 yards in Week 10 against the Giants.
Analysis: Reagor got off to a hot start, racking up 31 receiving yards on the team's first three drives. However, he managed just one additional catch for the remainder of the game as the Eagles' offense struggled to get on track in the loss. While it has yet to translate to robust stat lines, Reagor has shown flashes in two games since returning from injured reserve by logging seven receptions, 63 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets. Reagor should continue to get more involved in the offense in Week 11 against the Browns.
Special teams coordinator Dave Fipp said Monday that he hopes to get Reagor "in the mix" at punt returner, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Fipp added that he didn't want to put too much on Reagor's plate Week 8, before the Eagles' bye and with the rookie coming off IR. Even without increased involvement on special teams, Reagor will be an intriguing fantasy option during the second half of the season, given the potential that he takes over as a top target for Carson Wentz. If he does start fielding punts, it would provide Reagor with a notable boost in leagues that award fantasy points for return yardage.
Reagor (thumb) had three receptions (six targets) for 16 yards and a touchdown while adding six more yards on his lone carry in Sunday's 23-9 win over Dallas.
Analysis: Reagor's activation off of injured reserve couldn't have come soon enough for the Eagles' battered receiving corps. The 2020 first-round pick resumed his role as a starter and cashed in with the first touchdown of his young career. Philadelphia will enter its bye week, giving the rookie some extra time for his thumb to fully recover after a five-week layoff. Reagor will be an intriguing option in the second half of the season with the combination of opportunity along with a quarterback -- despite his early struggles -- who can push the ball downfield. Fantasy managers with the luxury of extra bench spots shouldn't wait until after the team's bye to take a flyer on Reagor if he is still hovering on waiver wires.
Reagor (thumb) was activated off injured reserve Saturday.
Analysis: This was the expected outcome all along as Reagor had been medically cleared to play earlier in the week. The 2020 first-round pick couldn't find himself in a better matchup against the putrid Cowboys defense, although it remains to be seen just how integrated he'll be in the offense after such an elongated absence. Travis Fulgham, Greg Ward and the newly activated Dallas Goedert (lower leg/ankle) also all figure to factor into a passing attack that has accumulated 572 passing yards combined over the last two weeks.
Reagor (thumb) has been medically cleared and is expected to suit up Sunday against the Cowboys, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Reagor has been sidelined the past five games due to surgery to address a torn UCL in his right thumb, but his return to action was forecast when the Eagles opened his 21-day window Monday to be activated from IR. Now with some practice reps under his belt, he seems to have the blessing of the team's medical staff well in advance of a Week 8 divisional matchup. While he may not lead Philly's receiving corps off the bat, Reagor will be among Carson Wentz's top options in the passing game alongside Travis Fulgham, Greg Ward and Richard Rodgers.
Coach Doug Pederson said Wednesday that Reagor (thumb) will participate in practice, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: The Eagles officially opened Reagor's 21-day practice window Monday, but Wednesday's practice session will represent his first official return to on-field work. Even limited participation would represent substantial progress toward full medical clearance, at which point Reagor would be eligible to return to the active roster. The rookie first-round pick will work to attain such clearance in time for Sunday night's divisional contest against the Cowboys.
The Eagles designated Reagor (thumb) for return from injured reserve Monday.
Analysis: Reagor will be eligible to resume practicing without counting against the 53-man roster Monday, kicking off a 21-day window for evaluation. The Eagles can officially add him to the active roster at any time during that span, so the rookie first-round pick could be trending toward availability for Sunday night's upcoming contest against the Cowboys. Reagor has missed the last five games while recovering from a UCL tear in his thumb.
Coach Doug Pederson said Wednesday that Reagor (thumb) is progressing well in his recovery, Mike Kaye of NJ.com reports.
Analysis: Reagor is technically eligible to return from IR in time for Thursday's divisional matchup against the Giants, but the Eagles haven't yet designated him to be activated or resume practicing. Rather than rush the rookie first-round pick back on a short week, it's possible that the team could be aiming for Reagor to retake the field Nov. 1 versus the Cowboys. Reagor has missed four consecutive games while recovering from thumb surgery to address a UCL tear.
The Eagles placed Reagor (thumb) on injured reserve Wednesday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Given that Reagor underwent surgery six days ago to repair a torn UCL in his right thumb, the Eagles' decision to delay his move to IR is a curious one. In any case, McManus relays that Reagor is doing well in his rehab, seemingly putting the rookie wideout on track for the three-week minimum stint on IR. The Eagles expect him to return to the lineup for their Week 6 game against the Giants on Oct. 22.
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