Kenny Britt has a pulse, can run and catch football.
Britt, 28, is coming off the best season in his eight-year career. He had 68 catches for 1,002 yards and five touchdowns in 2016.
It's worth noting his position coach last year was Mike Groh, whom the Eagles hired a few weeks ago to be their wideouts coach, replacing the fired Greg Lewis. A little familiarity never hurts in recruiting.
But ultimately free agency is all about the money, which might be another reason why Britt could be appealing. While DeSean Jackson, Alshon Jefferey, Terrelle Pryor and even Kenny Stills should bring top dollar, Britt might be a little cheaper.
"By definition, free agency is overpayment," Eagles vice president of football operations Howie Roseman said last week in Indianapolis at the combine. "You have a large amount of bidders for players. The market is different than when it’s just one team negotiating with their own player. When you have this amount of cap room, and teams have done a great job of keeping their own players."
At 6-3, 223 pounds, Britt offers a big target, but doesn't have the touchdown numbers you'd assume a big receiver would have. He had five in 2016 and the Eagles helped him get to a career-high nine in 2010.
That Oct. 24, 2010 game was easily the best of his career. Britt caught seven passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-19 Titans win over the Eagles.
The NFL's legal tampering period begins on Tuesday and free agency opens at 4 p.m. on Thursday. The Eagles don't have a lot of cap room, but have some options to create more space.