The Philadelphia Eagles don’t seem to be in need of depth at wide receiver, but that hasn’t stopped them from reevaluating the position.
A source confirmed the team worked out veteran WR Sinorice Moss this week, who also worked out recently for the Washington Redskins.
Moss, who was selected in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the New York Giants, is known in scouting circles for his speed.
It’s also possible the Eagles were looking at him as a kick returner. Moss returned 24 kicks for the Giants during his time with them.
The Eagles are down to their third kick returner. CBs Ellis Hobbs (neck) and Jorrick Calvin (back) were placed on injured reserve. CB/KR Gerard Lawson, who was signed two weeks ago, returned two kicks so far for 48 yards.
The Eagles have now worked out 35 players this season.