Vikings release Jalen Reagor, so no pick for Eagles in 4th round – NBC Sports Philadelphia

The Vikings released the previous Eagles 1street-Jalen Reagor was selected on Wednesday, which will come as no surprise to anyone after his career.

But the real significance of the move is that it means the conditional draft pick the Eagles received from the Vikings when they shipped Reagor to Minnesota a year ago this week won’t convert from 5y-Select round to 4y-Select the tour.

Eagles traded Regor for 7yThe selection for the tour in 2023 and 5 is conditionaly-Round selection in 2024. 7y– A round pick – No. 219 overall – that ended up going to the Lions as part of the D’Andre Swift trade.

According to the trade terms, that 5y– Round selection will be converted to 4y-Circular selection if the rigor meets specified performance criteria. PhillyVoice’s Jamie Kempsky reported in February that Pick would become 4y– Round if Reagor has 40 receptions, 500 yards or five touchdowns for the Vikings in either 2022 or 2023.

Regor caught eight passes for 104 yards with one touchdown in 2022.

So, unless Reagor re-signs with the Vikings and suddenly becomes a wide receiver, the Eagles will have 5y-Select round and 7yRound pick for the player they drafted 21street In general only two years ago.

Regor caught 64 passes for 695 yards and three catches in his two years with the Eagles. He caught a 55-yard touchdown run from Carson Wentz just 10 minutes into his first NFL game and it remains the longest reception of his career (with 16 yards). He has never had more than 57 receiving yards in a game.

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Of the 113 wide receivers in NFL history who were drafted in the first round who played in at least 40 games in their first three years, only four had yards fewer than Regor’s 799 during those first three seasons (Bobby Crespino in the 60s and Barry Smith and Randy Burke). in the 1970s and Laquon Treadwell from 2016 to 2018).

As it stands now, the Eagles have six picks in the 2024 draft, though that number will increase significantly with compensatory picks from a net loss to free agents last spring.

They currently have 1street– and 2Second abbreviation-Round picks, Saints 2Second abbreviation-Round pick as a result of massive trade ahead of the 2022 draft, 5y– Vikings round picks for Reagor and the Buccaneers as part of last spring’s draft day trade and 6y-A round pick from the Titans thanks to the Ugo Amadi trade, of all things.

They traded 3Research and development– Round to the Texans for the pick they used to draft Kelly Ringo and 4y– Round pick for the Bears to move up and draft Jalen Carter. their 5y-Tour selection the following year went to the cards as part of compensation for card manipulation with Jonathan Gannon, the 7y-Rounder went to Tennessee as part of the Amadi trade.

According to Over The Cap compensatory pick projections, the Eagles must receive a third-round pick and three more picks in the fifth or sixth rounds for net free agency losses.

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