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Wentz ducked and darted away from two potential sacks, scrambled away from a few more defenders, managed to find decent footing, and bombed a pass along the left side to wide receiver Nelson Agholor .
Get open.’ And Nelson did a great job and I think we had another couple open guys as well and that’s just a thing we’ll kind of continually work on and be a big part of our game.”
The Eagles played all but one snap of the entire second half of Sunday’s game at Washington with Halapoulivaati Vaitai at left tackle, replacing the injured Jason Peters.
The Nelson Agholor Redemption Tour took a big step forward on Sunday in the 30-17 win over Washington as the third-year wide receiver caught six passes for 86 yards on eight targets, and scored on a spectacular 58-yard touchdown catch and run from quarterback Carson Wentz.
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