The Eagles used their first round pick, 21st overall, to grab TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor during the 2020 NFL Draft. Thanks to an impressive training camp, Reagor was expected to make an impact from Day 1 and earned a spot in the starting lineup. But then the explosive rookie injured his shoulder during practice and will miss four weeks of action. Should fantasy football players hold onto Reagor if he’s already been drafted? What round should the rookie get drafted in now that we know he’ll miss a few games? Sports Illustrated’s fantasy football analyst Michael Fabiano and editor of EagleMaven Ed Kracz answer those questions in the attached video.
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