Alshon Jeffery reportedly actively shopped by Eagles last season

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery was actively shopped around in trade offers last season, reports Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

What It Means:

Eagles general manager Howie Roseman guaranteed Jeffery's $15.4 million salary just before the start of last season. He apparently had buyer's remorse, because McLane reports Roseman started offering Jeffery in deals only a month later. The veteran receiver turned 30 in February and is coming off Lisfranc surgery following another injury-plagued campaign, so he's not a very appealing trade option. Look for the Eagles to address the wide receiver position in the draft.

Jeffery averaged 11.2 FanDuel points (WR33), 7.3 targets, 4.3 catches, and 49.0 yards per game with 4 touchdowns last season. His 6.7 yards per target were the second-fewest of his career and ranked 69th among 80 receivers with at least 50 targets last season. Jeffery also finished below league average at his position in Reception Net Expected Points per target.