Vikings trade for Eagles' WR Jalen Reagor, waive Smith-Marsette

Jalen Reagor #18 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on against the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field on January 8, 2022 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Getty Images)

The Minnesota Vikings have added to their receiving corps on Wednesday, trading with the Philadelphia Eagles to bring in former first-round draft pick Jalen Reagor.

Reagor was selected by the Eagles one pick ahead of Justin Jefferson in the 2020 draft, which has obviously turned out to be a huge steal for the Vikings. Reagor will likely be the Vikings' fourth-string option behind Jefferson, Adam Thielen, and K.J. Osborn.

Reagor didn't show much for the Eagles over two seasons, only totaling 695 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns over 28 games. For reference, Jefferson had racked up more than 700 receiving yards between Weeks 8 and 13 alone last season.

The Vikings gave up a seventh-round pick to acquire Reagor and dropped second-year wideout Ihmir Smith-Marsette.