While there’s uncertainty swirling around the quickly-approaching NFL season, one thing is for certain as the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to a deal with their first round pick Jalen Reagor:

Per Ian Rapoport, the deal is a four year agreement worth $13.3 million, with a fifth-year option:

Reagor took to Twitter to confirm his excitement:


Back to the NFL for a moment. Players around the league, including Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz, Brandon Graham, and Darius Slay have expressed their concern with the NFL’s health protocols for players and staff as COVID-19 cases continue to rise:

It’s not just the players. Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis has done a legitimate 180 as it pertains to fans in the stands at NFL games and even expressed doubt over the safety of play for the 2020 season:

Assuming the league straightens things out and gets protocols in place that are acceptable to the NFLPA, the Eagles will have their first round pick in camp, which should come as welcome news to fans of the team.