Throughout the offseason, so much emphasis was placed on the quarterback of the present and the quarterback of the future, both which seem to have been resolved over the last couple of weeks.
Quarterback is the most vital position of the offense since everything runs through it. But more than Sam Bradford or Carson Wentz, the most important position for the Eagles this season and an indicator of what kind of success they could achieve as early as this season or in the near future is the wide receiver position.
Usually, we spend so much time focusing on the throw that we don't give proper attention to the other end of the exchange: the catch, the run after, the milliseconds and inches that determine first downs, touchdowns and turnovers on downs.
For the Eagles, the wide receiver position has been as much of a development process as Wentz will be. While still under the tutelage of Chip Kelly, the Eagles drafted Jordan Matthews in the second round in 2014 and Nelson Agholor in the first round of the 2015 Draft. Two years later, with Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper and Miles Austin gone, there is no more safety net for Agholor and Matthews. They will be the two starting wide receivers.
With Matthews in just his third season and Agholor in his second, both have so much to still prove.