The Eagles added some depth to their wide receiver room today, as they announced a one-year deal with Zach Pascal.
In 64 career games, Pascal has registered 150 catches for 1,888 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also serves as a kick returner, returning 26 total kickoffs in his career for an average of 23 yards per return.
Nick Sirianni has his fingers all over this signing, as he has raved about Pascal ever since his first press conference as Eagles head coach.
Pascal is likely to get most of his work in the slot, possibly taking Jalen Reagor out of the rotation. He also provides a special teams boost and is known as an excellent blocker.
The Eagles receiver room likely isn't done growing yet. It's more than likely that the team will use at least one of their 10 draft picks on a pass catcher.