Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor failed to impress in his second year in the NFL. Viewed by some as a breakout candidate for the Eagles prior to the 2021 NFL season, Reagor instead betrayed those expectations by underperforming for the most part of the campaign.

Eagles general manager Howie Roseman sums up what most Philly supporters think of where Reagor stand following another subpar season, per Nick Shook of

“Certainly, heading into year three, expected more from Jalen at this point,” Roseman said Wednesday. “We had a chance to sit down with him after the season and had an honest conversation about the things that he needs to develop and the things that we can help him develop to continue his growth, in terms of learning from anything. We have to do that. We have to continue to evolve.”

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Reagor took a bit of a step back in his sophomore year in the NFL, and that’s speaking a lot about how disappointing he’s been in the pros, considering that his rookie season was nothing to write home about. In his first year with the Eagles, Reagor had 296 receiving yards on 31 catches to go with a touchdown across 11 starts. In Year 2, he made 13 starts and recorded 33 receptions but was only able to convert them to 299 yards and two touchdowns.

It’s not too late for the former TCU Horned Frogs star to convince the Eagles that they were right in signing him to a four-year deal back in 2020, but he definitely is now pressured to show improvement next season.