4. WR Quez Watkins
Having a third impact wide receiver was one of the underrated Eagles storylines entering this season. Many looked at Quez Watkins as the guy who'd carve out a legitimate role in 2023 behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, but that simply hasn't come to fruition.
The former sixth-rounder was essentially a no-show over his first three appearances, recording a combined five receptions for 21 yards, including an outing with zero catches. He also missed two contests due to a hamstring injury, and that same issue caused him to hit IR after returning in Week 5.
Look, it's been an all-around disappointing year for the wideout between his concerning injury and his lack of production. He's still just 25, though, and has shown some serious deep-threat potential with an average of 13.3 yards per reception over his first three seasons.
With Julio Jones now in the mix, Roseman would be smart to see if he can get even pennies in return for Watkins. It wouldn't be the toughest sell of his career, as he could point to Brown and Smith being two roadblocks in the way of the receiver's development.
GMs love taking chances on speedsters who could benefit from a change of scenery, and Watkins certainly fits the bill.