By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor made an insane catch on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Agholor, who the Eagles considered releasing last season, is one of the best stories on the team this season.
Eagles fans were in disbelief as to what they saw from their third wide receiver, who plays the slot behind Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith. On the play, Agholor scored on 72-yard bomb from quarterback Carson Wentz, who had to escape the Cardinals defense to get the pass off.
Agholor burnt and shook Cardinals cornerback Brandon Williams so much on the play.
“Just having fun,” Agholor said after the game. “Me and my high school running back coach, we used to do that after every touchdown.”
He had four receptions in the game for 93 yards. The touchdown was his third of the season for a wide receiver, who has done very little since being drafted by the team in the 2015 NFL Draft.
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