1. Dalton Schultz, TE
Schultz was expected to sign a relatively big contract last offseason, but he fell victim to a slow-moving tight end market and inked a one-year, $6.25 million deal with the Texans. Schultz didn't hit the ground running in Houston, but he developed into a dependable security blanket for rookie sensation C.J. Stroud.
In 15 games, Schultz caught 59 passes for 635 yards and five touchdowns. He was very much Stroud's third-favorite option behind Nico Collins and Tank Dell, though it's unclear if the Texans, who have ample cap space, want him back.
What isn't disputable, however, is that Schultz thrived in Moore's pass-heavy offense in Dallas. Between 2020-2022, Schultz caught 198 passes for 2,000 yards and 17 touchdowns.
The Eagles already have Dallas Goedert as TE1, but a Goedert-Schultz duo would create more headaches in the middle of the field for opposing defenses, who already have to account for A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith on the perimeter. Without an established No. 3 receiver, Schultz could step in as the fourth option for Philly, which will undoubtedly emphasize the pass now that Moore is presiding over the offense.