4 Former Eagles Failing Miserably With Their New Teams in 2023

Sometimes the grass isn't always greener on the other side. That's the hard lesson these former Philadelphia Eagles had to learn after switching teams ahead of the 2023 NFL season.

Miles Sanders is one of four ex-Eagles having a miserable time with his new team.
Miles Sanders is one of four ex-Eagles having a miserable time with his new team. / Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
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4. Zach Pascal, WR, Arizona Cardinals

When Zach Pascal was with the Indianapolis Colts, many football enthusiasts pegged him as someone who could be a solid No. 3 wideout in the right offense. The expectations were rightfully deserved after back-to-back 600-yard, five-TD seasons in 2019 and 2020.

Unfortunately, those were the last remarkable seasons of Pascal's career.

The former Old Dominion product's numbers have trended in the wrong direction ever since then. A stint with the Eagles last year was supposed to help turn things around, but he was invisible more often than not, finishing with just 150 receiving yards and one TD on 15 catches in 17 games.

Many assumed that joining the Arizona Cardinals over the offseason would be a smart idea for Pascal. They're a young rebuilding team that would offer him a chance to be one of the top receiving options behind Marquise Brown. Instead, Pascal has been even worse in 2023, turning four of his 11 targets into 19 yards without a score. It's gotten to the point where he's played 11 or fewer offensive snaps in five of his last six games.

At this point, Pascal's time in the NFL is running up if he can't find a way to be effective.

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