After the Dolphins released their top target, rumors of a reunion abound.
Travis Fulgham was a late addition to the 2021 training camp roster.
Last season, he led all Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers in receiving yards (539), earning well-deserved praise from Pro Football Focus.
Fulgham has been dubbed a "big-time playmaker" by Carson Wentz.
Now, the 6-foot-2,216-pounder is available for any NFL team to claim on the waiver wire.
Fulgham was released from the Miami Dolphins' practice squad on December 13, and he hasn't played in a single game this season, but that hasn't stopped Eagles fans from clamoring for his return.
When the team announced that Quez Watkins would be placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 List, the move gained even more traction.
It's a fascinating concept to consider.
Fulgham's speed is nowhere near that of Watkins, who is eighth in the league in yards-per-catch (15.8).
Fulgham, on the other hand, is a talented possession receiver with a lot more upside than J.J. Arcega-Whiteside thanks to his massive size and playmaking ability.
Fulgham was initially cut from the 53-man roster before being signed to the practice squad.
On October 11, the team released him permanently. General manager Howie Roseman explained why the team chose Arcega-Whiteside over Fulgham after training camp.
"I think the first thing is with Travis, here's a guy who obviously had a heck of a stretch for us last year, and we looked at it as a new year and a new beginning, and we wanted to go based on what we saw and put the whole process into play," Roseman said on August 31.
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Doug Pederson, the former Eagles coach, is invariably linked to every job opening in the NFL.
He's a Super Bowl-winning leader of men, and those don't come along every day.
The Jaguars haven't fired Meyer yet, but it's becoming more likely by the day.
Pederson appeared on SportsRadio 94WIP, where he discussed his potential return to coaching.
He didn't say anything about his interest in the Jaguars job, but the implication was there.
Pederson wants to return to the NFL, telling Angelo Cataldi, "Any opportunity to be a head coach in the NFL again would be great."
"You just look around the league, and I think you can be a little more selective with where you take your next shot: where you can lead, where you can come in and make your mark on an organization, on culture, on how you can develop young men and try to help that team and that franchise win another championship."
As the Eagles promote Jason Kelce's candidacy for the NFL's Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, the love letters keep coming in.
The team has created a series of videos demonstrating how deserving of the award he is.
Brent Celek, the Super Bowl champion tight end, has the most recent one.
They were college teammates at Cincinnati before joining the Eagles.
Kelce was dubbed the "ultimate leader" by Celek, who explained why.
Celek said, "To me, you're the ultimate leader."
"And the reason I say that is because you just make everyone around you better."
On the field, making sure you see every single look, making sure the offensive line, tight ends, and everyone is tied in and we're doing everything the exact right way; or off the field, just being a great friend that I could talk to; I thank you, bro, because I feel like you made me a better person."