Carolina Panthers: 4 possible trade partners for Curtis Samuel

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Philadelphia Eagles

The problems that the Philadelphia Eagles had with their wide receiver group in 2019 were well documented. Their inconsistent production severely hampered them throughout the campaign.

They almost certainly would not have made the playoffs had it not been for the NFC East’s poor standard. This is something the Eagles need to address this offseason either in the NFL Draft or via a trade.

Much will depend on the health of DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery as to whether or not they currently have the tools on their roster to bounce back. They might consider a move for a reliable pass-catcher in Curtis Samuel, who has shown the ability to either move the chains or make big plays for the Carolina Panthers.

This is a very deep receiver group coming out of college this year. The Eagles have the No. 21 overall selection and may use that on a wideout that can contribute immediately.

One problem they have in this regard as the elite trio of CeeDee Lamb, Jerry Jeudy, and Henry Ruggs III won’t be around by then. Adding someone like Samuel for a second or third-round pick would be a move worth considering and would give them a source of stability at wide receiver that was sorely missing during the previous campaign.