I don't like answering a question with "I don't know," but I really don't know. A player has a limited shelf life to sign a big deal, and after playing on one-year contracts for two seasons, it would make sense for Alshon Jeffery to find the best deal he can get for 2018 and beyond. But I can tell you that he seems to like Philadelphia and the Eagles locker room, and the Eagles like him. If he doesn't reach 1,000 yards — he's on pace for 889 — it would be three consecutive seasons without topping that mark. So it will be fascinating to see how he's valued around the league. On one hand, there aren't many players with his talent: He has size, speed, and a big catch radius. On the other hand, he'll be 28 and a few years removed from producing like one of the NFL's best receivers, so his value might not warrant top-10 receiver money. I think it would make sense for the Eagles to keep him. He makes the other receivers better with the attention he commands, and he's shown flashes of his play-making ability. I still think you'll see big games from him the next few weeks, and it wouldn't surprise me if he inches closer to 1,000 yards. Plus, what's the alternative? The Eagles could sign a different receiver or draft one, but I'm not sure that's a better route than keeping Jeffery. Mack Hollins could develop into a starter, but he's not ready to be a Jeffery-type player. And Nelson Agholor might be more effective in the slot. It always comes down to price, but I'd try to find a way to keep Jeffery.