ESPN is reporting Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews hasn't been running with the first-team offense in practice, even with multiple injuries to Philadelphia's receiving core. Beat writer Phil Sheridan notes, "By the end of Friday's practice, quarterback Nick Foles was working with Ifeanyi Momah, Brad Smith and Arrelious Benn as his starting wide receiver groups" after Jeremy Maclin left practice with an injury, and Riley Cooper was in a walking boot for most of the day. Sheridan goes on to say, "Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the shuffle was that rookie Jordan Matthews stayed on the second team, in the slot, rather than move up." Matthews was selected 42nd overall in the 2014 NFL draft and is expected to contribute to the team this season.
It's a situation to monitor for the rookie. Barring an injury, which has not been mentioned, there should be some concern as to why Matthews isn't getting any looks in the first-team offense. If you select a WR in the second round, typically he's ready to go if given a chance in camp. This report would seem to suggest that Matthews is currently sixth on the WR depth chart, at the very best, for the Eagles. He's a solid stash for now in dynasty formats, and we'll have updates as preseason will tell us more.