Trey Burton, Indianapolis Colts
The Eagles have developed a bunch of quality TE2 options, including Trey Burton and Dallas Goedert. When Burton hit free agency in 2017 after four seasons with the Eagles, I wanted the Washington Football Team to sign him. Instead, he signed a four-year, $32 million contract with the Bears that he never lived up to.
He has battled injuries the last two seasons, which has also hurt his production on the field. Last season, he finished with 28 catches for 250 yards and three touchdowns for the Colts.
Although he wouldn’t provide as much value as some of the others on this list, signing him to a one-year prove-it deal, like the team did with Ronald Darby last season, might pay dividends for Washington.