Jalen Reagor Traded to the Vikings

Jalen Reagor Traded to the Vikings
Jalen Reagor Traded to Vikings

Jalen Reagor was traded from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Minnesota Vikings on August 31, 2022. The Eagles will receive a 2023 seventh round pick and a conditional 2024 fourth round pick.

The Eagles drafted Jalen Reagor witht he 21st pick in the 2020 NFL draft. Reagor played in 28 games over 2 years and was able to turn 64 receptions into 3 touchdowns and 695 yards, he was targeted 111 times. The Eagles drafted DeVonta Smith from Alabama in the 2021 NFL draft. In his one season in Philadelphia, Smith was able to catch 64 passes for 916 yards and 5 touchdowns. Philadelphia was able to pull off a big trade during the 2022 draft when landing wide receiver AJ Brown from the Tennessee Titans. This trade would continue to push Jalen Reagor further down the depth chart.

On the Vikings, Jalen Reagor will join the player he was drafted just one pick before, consensus first round fantasy pick, Justin Jefferson. The Vikings will still have Adam Theilen starting opposite Jefferson and KJ Osborn as the third receiver in most formations. Minnesota will also look to running back Dalvin Cook and tight end Irv Smith Jr for receiving options.

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Jalen Reagor Fantasy Outlook

If Reagor is going to make a fantasy impact, he will need to work on his catch rate, as he caught only 57.7% of his targets in Philadelphia. Right now, Jalen Reagor could be a nice late round Best Ball option in your drafts and possibly a stash option in dynasty leagues incase the injury bug hits the Vikings receiving corps again.

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