Dallas Goedert working with Eagles wide receivers to help refine his route running
Dallas Goedert is already one of the top players in the league at getting yards after the catch and yards per catch, but now the South Dakota State product is looking to ramp it up another notch.
One of the best pure tight ends in the NFL, Goedert has spent the early portion of the offseason workout program working with Eagles wide receivers to help refine his route running.
Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert said he’s been spending extra time after minicamp practices working with wide receivers A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, and Greg Ward with an emphasis on fine tuning the intricacies of their route running
— Josh Tolentino (@JCTSports) May 17, 2023
Goedert was on his way to an All-Pro caliber season before hurting in a Week 10 loss to the Commanders.
The emerging tight end still caught 55 passes for 702 yards and three touchdowns in just 12 games in the regular season. His performance in the Super Bowl — 6 catches for 60 yards proves he is capable on the biggest stage.
Goedert signed a four-year extension during the 2021 season to keep him in Philadelphia through 2025, and 2023 is about earning his first Pro Bowl nod and even more accolades.
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