Coming into 2016, the Philadelphia Eagles had high hopes for rookie quarterback Carson Wentz. For a first-year signal caller, Wentz was relatively productive, but the Eagles still finished in fourth place in the NFC East and middle of the pack in scoring.
Looking to improve in their second year under Wentz, the Eagles attacked free agency and surrounded the young quarterback with some talent at the receiver position, most notably signing former Chicago Bears All-Pro Alshon Jeffery.
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