The Eagles sign TE Richard Rogers again
The Philadelphia Eagles’ tradition of signing Richard Rogers every year continues. The team announced on Friday that Rogers will spend his fourth season in Philadelphia.
Rogers remained healthy for the first time during his tenure with the Eagles in 2020, and he actually played some role in the passing game. In this season, he has 24 catches for 345 yards (14.4 YPC) and 2 TDs. Nevertheless, he is a below-average blocker, and you can clearly see that he is not a sporty sample when running with the ball.
Rogers is now 29 years old, and the Hawks need to get younger. However, they did not choose any close ends, and assuming that Zach Ertz will play elsewhere in 2021, they do not have an absolutely competent substitute, so there is some logic to get Rogers back to the lowest level of a veteran and play for another season, and then give up. The kick needs a good, young substitute until 2022.
This concludes my Richard Rogers analysis. I’m going back to enjoy my Friday afternoon, goodbye.
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