After the Eagles won the Super Bowl, wide receiver Nelson Agholor was viewed as an important part of the team’s offensive core following a breakout campaign. Agholor had the best season of his career in 2017, an important development after the USC alum struggled to start his career after being picked in the first-round.

He had another solid season in 2018, but was it enough for the Eagles to keep him around long-term?

That will be tested this offseason.

Agholor is due to earn $9.38 million this season in the final year of his rookie contract, which would make him among the 25 highest-paid receivers in 2019.

That’s a hefty sum for a wide receiver who, while productive and an important part of the Eagles’ offense, hasn’t finished a season with even 800 receiving yards as he enters his fifth year.