Eagles Sign Alshon Jeffery & Torrey Smith

The Philadelphia Eagles did their job in providing weapons for second year quarterback Carson Wentz. Philly went out and signed both Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith to bolster their receiving core.

Last season Wentz was working with a thin group of receivers, with his top 3 options being Jordan Matthews, Zach Ertz and Darren Sproles.

Jeffery signed a 1-year deal worth $14 million. The last two seasons Jeffery has been plagued by injuries, playing in 21 of a possible 32 games. In those 21 games Jeffery has averaged 5 receptions, 77.5 yards and has scored just 6 touchdowns. Catching passes from Jay Cutler and every other Bears fill-in QB really hurt Jeffery's value, so he'll look to have a bounce back season with the Eagles.

Coming off two dreadful years with the 49ers, Torrey Smith will give Wentz and the Eagles a speedy deep threat, something they've missed since the departure of DeSean Jackson. In 28 games with the 49ers, Smith caught just 53 passes for 930 yards. Smith's deal is 3-years worth $15 million.

If you are a Carson Wentz owner in dynasty leagues, you have to be happy with the Eagles did for him. He has three reliable wide receivers now with Jeffery, Smith and Matthews and a very good tight end in Ertz, giving him plenty of options. After throwing for 3,782 yards and 16 touchdowns in his rookie season, Wentz is poised for a big sophomore season and should be a top 10 QB in all fantasy leagues. Eagles Sign WR Alshon Jeffery Torrey Smith