Nelson Agholor has admitted being a great foodie, which is what the Philadelphia Eagles may have in mind in his post-football career. Agholor was with Irvine at the Beats N ‘Eats event in Philadelphia this week and the two of them had an interesting Twitter conversation about a possible show on the Food Network.
“With the @Eagles and @ Nelsonagholor Mine and many other people made their day there … Nelson is a HUGE foodie and I want to do a show with him. Maybe on a motorcycle traveling the country, who knows @FoodNetwork “- Irvin tweeted.
“I’m everything on this show! Good food and I can hang out with @ RobertIrvine Count me in” – Agholor answered.
Irvine Hosts Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible series, in which he saves restaurants across America by assessing and reworking their weakest spots. He previously hosted Dinner: Impossible and Worst Cooks in America. Robert has written two cookbooks, Mission: Cook! Fit Fuel: A Cook’s Guide to Eating Well and Living Their Best Life. He tours with his interactive live show Robert Irvine Live and appears regularly as an expert guest on national morning and daytime talk shows.
Irvine’s top recipes include Chicken and Rice, Spicy Red Curry Chicken and Rice, and Chicken Marsala.
Agholor can do another Food Network show with Irvine in the off-season. His current career is going pretty well.
Agholor has come such a long way from the lack of confidence player who couldn’t catch a cold two years ago. He finished the regular season with a career high of 64 catches for 736 yards and four touchdowns, a year after he had 62 catches for 768 yards and eight touchdowns.
Agholor got hot at the right time for the Eagles’ postseason run. Since the bye week Agholor had 18 catches for 258 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 14.3 yards per catch. He has become a great game receiver and key blocker on the edge of the Eagles, creating valuable holes in the ongoing game.
Over the past two seasons, Agholor has 126 catches for 1,504 yards and 12 touchdowns, averaging 11.9 yards per catch. He hasn’t missed a game in the last two seasons.
Howie Roseman, executive vice president of football operations at Eagles, said Agholor will be back for 2019 last month, even after the Eagles were drafted JJ Arcega-Whiteside in the second round. The Eagles appear to be playing out the final year of Agholor’s contract, which he owes $ 9,387,500.
“Nelson is an important part of our football team and he’s an important part of what we’re trying to do,” said Roseman. “We’re really excited to have him here. He’s someone who just kept getting better as a player. For us, with that amount of depth and talent, it will be something we’ll need during the game.” during the year.
“It’s been a long season. We hope to play well into January. We’re going to need them all and we’ve seen that over the last few years. Our depth has been a big part of our success and that’s our job.” Make sure we have coach [Doug Pederson] and his staff the depth to hopefully survive a 19-week season. “