Latest on Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Nelson Agholor including news, stats, videos, highlights and more on ESPN Nelson Agholor, who dropped what was probably a game-winning touchdown last week, got off to a rough start in this one. — Nelson Agholor Now Agholor is in Las Vegas looking to make the most of his second chance. The 27-year-old was only credited with four total drops in 2019, but he became a poster boy for “alligator arms” and not giving maximum effort. The Eagles' 2019 drop rate isn't far off the pace of the 2016 team, when Dorial Green-Beckham couldn't catch a cold, and Agholor hadn't yet shown some life during the 2017 season. The vitriol toward Agholor from fans and media The most Philly soundbite goes to this guy who helped catch children thrown from a window during a fire.
Nelson Agholor’s final year in Philadelphia featured a ton of dropped passes and scorching criticism. The former first-round pick openly took the heat even after a former firefighter coined the infamous “unlike Agholor” meme.

This was the first drop of the game. Powered by Former Eagles WR Nelson Agholor signed a one-year deal to play in Las Vegas and his new coach believes the 'change of scenery' should help him.Browns Top Pick Jedrick Wills Reveals New Jersey Number Copyright © 2020 Heavy, Inc. All rights reserved. Nelson Efamehule Agholor (born May 24, 1993) is a Nigerian-American professional American football wide receiver for the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League (NFL). That one would have been a highlight-reel play, one that even head coach Doug Pederson chalked up to the "Yeah, I did (track it well).

He finished with 224 catches for 2,515 yards and 18 touchdowns during five

The move reunited the 57-year-old with Gruden, his former offensive coordinator in Philly from 1995.Years in the making: Jon Gruden loves having Nelson Agholor on the The 27-year-old was only credited with four total drops in 2019, but he became a poster boy for “alligator arms” and not giving maximum effort. Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor (13) is hit by Atlanta Falcons free safety Ricardo Allen (37) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, in Atlanta. Raiders Coach Bashes Philly Media, Says Ex-Eagles WR Needed ‘Change of Scenery’ Nelson Agholor: Pos: WR, Career: 71 G, 19 TD, Eagles 2015-2019, born Niger. Raiders QB Derek Carr has few excuses with rebuilt receiver corpsEagles on 'All or Nothing': 'Tim' Brady, trash talk and tinted windowsEagles-Seahawks inactives: Who's in, who's out for wild-card gameEagles-Giants inactives: Who's in, who's out in Week 17Carson Wentz's turnovers put Eagles in tough spot going forwardBerry: Expect Agholor to see a lot of targets on SundayCarson Wentz's deep-ball stats might explode with DeSean Jackson's additionBerry tags Valdes-Scantling as top waiver-wire pickup at WR

He played college football at USC, was drafted in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles.

It was a trying year for Agholor who broke down in tears following a missed catch that would have tied the game against New England. If anything, I kind of hit the ground and that’s when I lost it." Agholor’s Sudden Fall From Grace in Philadelphia. Now he’s in the neon desert.The four-time Pro Bowl quarterback joined Gruden’s staff as team chaplain since Cunningham is a pastor and ordained minister. Working from the slot, Agholor gets some separation and would have picked up …
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It’s 3rd-and-6 from the Eagles’ 43-yard line. With Philadelphia, he won Super Bowl LII over the New England Patriots.