Remember Rasheed Bailey? Of course you do. He's the former Division III football Delaware Valley University wide receiver who became an Eagles fan favorite last summer. Unfortunately for Bailey, his dream of playing for his hometown team was not realized.
Instead, Bailey was waived during final cuts last year. He spent a week in the Canadian Football League before signing to the Jaguars' practice squad last October. He's been with Jacksonville ever since. That is ... until he was released earlier today.
So, should the Eagles have any interest in a reunion? The Eagles just traded for a new wide receiver, but the team is clearly far from set. It's still a position of major concern. Philadelphia can afford all the receiver help they can get right now.
Bailey showed some promise last summer by finishing with 10 catches for 100 yards and one touchdown reception. It's clear NFL teams aren't super high on his potential, but giving him another look couldn't hurt. It's not like Bailey got cut by a team hurting for receiver talent. The Jaguars have Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns, Marqise Lee, and Rashad Greene.
Then again, the likelihood of Bailey returning might not be very high. The Eagles have a completely new personnel department and coaching staff compared to the one that brought him to Philadelphia last year.
It'll be interesting to see where Bailey ends up, if anywhere at all.