3. Cedrick Wilson, WR
A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith might be the best WR duo in the NFL, but the Eagles passing game struggled whenever a defense took one of them out of the game. Essentially, their lack of an established third receiver got exposed.
Excluding Brown, Smith, tight end Dallas Goedert and the Eagles top two running backs, no wide receiver had more than 15 catches or 160 receiving yards. You have to think they'll be in the market for a wideout this offseason.
Enter Cedrick Wilson. Though under contract for 2024, Wilson has been an afterthought in the Dolphins' high-octane aerial attack. In 30 games over the last two seasons, Wilson's caught 34 passes for 432 yards and three touchdowns.
Wilson topped that in his final year with the Cowboys in 2021, when he hauled in 45 passes for 602 yards and six TDs. The Dolphins wouldn't save any cap room by cutting Wilson, but he'd cost a palatable $2.5 million in dead money. Should that happen, look for the Eagles to be one of Wilson's top suitors.