Now that the Philadelphia Soul are ArenaBowl champions, another team in town might be about to poach some of their talent.

ESPN NFL insider Adam Caplan is reporting the Eagles plan to work out a few players from the Soul's roster early next week.

Ron Jaworski confirmed that one of the players the Eagles are bringing in to training camp is wide receiver Darius Reynolds, who made a circus catch in the end zone during Friday night's ArenaBowl XXIX:

Reynolds had 112 receptions for 1,447 yards and 38 touchdowns with the Soul this season. Prior to his four-year Arena League career, he led Iowa State with 43 receptions for 695 yards and seven touchdowns during his senior year in 2011.

Reynolds made the game-winning catch against the Jacksonville Sharks in the AFL American Conference Championship game to send the Soul to their third ArenaBowl in five years:

Another player the Eagles are expected to work out is defensive lineman Jake Metz, who forced and recovered a key fumble during the Soul's big win Friday night.

It's not the first time the Eagles have raided the Soul's roster.

Back in 2012, the team signed wide receiver Anthony "Tiger" Jones to their training camp roster. Jones was eventually released in August prior to the start of the season, but not before making a clutch catch in the Eagles preseason game against the Steelers: