Mark Eckel of NJ.com describes Jordan Matthews as "one of the standouts in the no-pads, no-hitting minicamp and organized team activities last month." He was able to catch up with wide receiver coach Bob Bicknell in which the coach said "You guys are seeing the same things we are, he's looked very good so far." The Eagles traded up to grab Matthews in the second round of the 2014 draft and should beat out fellow rookie Josh Huff in camp.
Matthews is talented and has a tremendous opportunity to be a part of the fast-paced Eagles offense. While he'll likely be their WR3, he'll still be sharing targets with Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper, Zach Ertz and running back LeSean McCoy. He currently only holds bye week/flex appeal.