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Wide Receiver, Philadelphia Eagles

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Draft: 2014 Round 2 (10)
College: Vanderbilt
Ht: 6’3”  Wt: 206 DOB: 1992-07-16 Age: 22
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Jordan Matthews "could be a star in the future"     -- Thu Jul 17 4:25 pm --

Drawing comparisons for sporting T.O.-like physique
The Eagles' additions are intriguing. RB Darren Sproles figures to be as versatile and unpredictable under Chip Kelly as he was in New Orleans for Sean Payton. Second-round draft pick WR Jordan Matthews had people at OTAs comparing his physique to that of Terrell Owens and could be a star in the future. Meanwhile, TE Zach Ertz is expected to take that key second-season leap in production and reliability. (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: Comparing Matthews' physique to Terrell Owens' is a bit of preseason hyperbole, but fantasy owners would be wise to not underestimate the potential for the SEC's all-time leading receiver to contribute in his first year. He'll start out as the main slot receiver, but could easily knock Riley Cooper out of a starting job by midseason.
Eagles may use more two-tight end sets     -- Sat Jun 28 3:00 pm --

Ertz and Celek to be featured early in season
When the season starts Sept. 7 against the Jags, (Chip) Kelly’s most experienced (and therefore most reliable) offense will feature Celek and Ertz. I would anticipate that two tight-end offensive packages will be the bread and butter of the Eagles’ attack earlier in the season until Matthews is ready to see an uptick in playing time. (CSNPhilly.com)

FF Today's Take: The Eagles will likely wait to use more three-wide receiver sets until rookie Jordan Matthews gets more familiar with Kelly's system. TE Zach Ertz should benefit early on and is a good bet to improve upon his numbers (36 rec, 469 yds, 4 TDs) from last season.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Jeremy Maclin
WR2WR2 Riley Cooper
WR3WR3 Jordan Matthews
WR4WR4 Brad Smith
WR5WR5 Josh Huff
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