Philadelphia Eagles linked to massive Dallas Cowboys offensive weapon ahead of 2024 NFL free agency…

The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly interested in acquiring Tony Pollard, a key offensive player from their divisional rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, during the upcoming 2024 NFL free agency period. Pollard, a tailback, has been part of the Cowboys’ offense since 2019, playing under the guidance of Kellen Moore, the Cowboys’ offensive coordinator. Over the years, Pollard’s role in the team has grown, and he has showcased a versatile skill set, accumulating over 3,600 rushing yards and 1,300 receiving yards during his time with the Cowboys.

The Eagles are known for favoring players with dual-threat abilities, and Pollard’s familiarity with Moore’s offensive scheme makes him an attractive target for the team. However, the Eagles have historically been cautious about investing heavily in the running back position, and it remains to be seen if they will pursue Pollard aggressively. Additionally, the current market for running backs has seen a decline in salaries, which could impact Pollard’s expectations for a new contract.

The Eagles’ 2023 season ended on a disappointing note, despite a strong start that had fans hopeful for a Super Bowl run. The team finished the regular season with a 10-1 record but faltered in the final stretch, losing five of their last six games. This downturn cost them the NFC East divisional title and led to a disappointing loss in the NFC Wild Card Round to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


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