A former Clemson football standout has an opportunity to break through in his second year in the NFL.
K’Von Wallace appeared in 15 games for the Eagles last year as a rookie with three starts, 21 tackles and a fumble recovery.
This season after Philadelphia lost Rodney McLeod to a torn ACL and Jalen Mills to the Patriots, Wallace should have an increased role on the field and an opportunity to make a splash in his second season.
Coaching changes in Philly should give Wallace an opportunity to showcase his athleticism in a new zone system implemented by defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon.
— PHLSportsNation (@PHLSportsNation) May 28, 2021
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