Philadelphia Eagles: 7-Round 2019 mock draft following Divisional Round defeat

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Round 6: Old Dominion WR Travis Fulgham

Could the Eagles use help at wide receiver for the 2019 season?

Obviously, players like Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor won’t be going anywhere, but Philadelphia may be looking to add some talent in the draft since there’s a chance that others like Mike Wallace and Golden Tate won’t be around for 2019 if the team decides their money is better off spent elsewhere.

While it seems more likely the team would be willing to move on from Wallace, Tate is an interesting situation since it would be intriguing to see how different things would be if he had a full offseason to work with the Eagles instead of playing catch up.

Either way, nobody would be surprised if Philadelphia looked to the later rounds to bring another talented wide receiver on board, which is where Travis Fulgham could come into play.

The Old Dominion product is coming off his best season with the Monarchs after catching 63 passes for 1,083 yards to go along with nine touchdowns, all of which happen to be career highs.

Joining a team like the Eagles would most likely consist of Fulgham fighting for playing time, but also if he really is talented enough for the NFL, the youngster seems willing to do whatever it takes to battle.