Now Alshon Jeffery officially has joined the rumor mill.
Take it for what it's worth — given the Eagles' well-documented need at wide receiver, they should at least kick the tires on any potential upgrade.
Which the 6-foot-3 Jeffery certainly would be.
The 26-year-old, five-year veteran has two 1,000-yard receiving seasons and a 2013 Pro Bowl nod on his résumé. He's a vertical threat and viable red zone option.
But there are the question marks. He was suspended for four games last season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. He's had some problems with injuries, too, missing seven games in 2015 and eventually ending his season on injured reserve with a hamstring problem.
Bigger than all that, however, is whether the Eagles could afford him. Last season, he played under the franchise tag, worth $14.6 million. The Eagles still have issues with their salary cap, despite the $3.2 million freed up by releasing CB Leodis McKelvin. While there are expected to be more cap casualties and restructured contracts, Roseman still has a way to go to free up enough money.
A middle-tier free agent like Stills is more realistic. The Eagles almost certainly will target a receiver in the draft too (see options here).
Free agency begins March 9.