In Week 9 of last season against the Giants, Bryce Treggs blazed past Janoris Jenkins and Nat Berhe for a 58-yard catch-and-run from quarterback Carson Wentz. The Eagles scored a few plays later on a Ryan Mathews touchdown.
That was Treggs’ chance, finding his way onto the field as a rookie among a struggling assortment of Eagles receivers — and producing the team’s second-longest passing play of the season. The Cal product did what he does best: run.
“It was nice for a sense of confidence,” Treggs said. “It made me feel like I belonged. ‘Like OK, I can take these guys deep; I belong in this league.’ After that, the sky’s the limit for me. I’m going into Year 2 and I’m very excited to be a part of this organization.”
Treggs’ catch, although garnering postgame attention as a possible solution to the Eagles’ passing game, did not amount to what he hoped. The speedy 5-foot-10 wideout recorded just three catches in his rookie campaign.
“Absolutely not,” Treggs said of his satisfaction from last season. “I’m definitely not satisfied with last year at all. I’m very hungry to make a jump this year in terms of production, my role on the team, everything.”
The Eagles have since added numerous reinforcements to bolster their weapons for Wentz. Veteran wideouts Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith signed in the offseason, and the…
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