Jack Stoll records first NFL catch, leads Philadelphia in receiving during loss to Patriots
Jack Stoll is getting his first taste of NFL action this preseason as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Unfortunately, Stoll was not selected during the 2021 NFL Draft. He did land with the Eagles after the draft as an undrafted free agent. Now, he faces the battle of trying to land an official roster spot with Philadelphia.
On Thursday, Stoll got his first taste of extended action in a game against the New England Patriots. He did his best to make the most of the opportunity, leading the Eagles with 4 catches and 33 yards receiving. Unfortunately, Philadelphia was shut out in the 35-0 blowout.
The performance included a couple of tough catches, including one where Stoll broke through tackles and hard contact for a nice gain:
Jack Stoll snags one. pic.twitter.com/57wcKxdOdA
— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) August 20, 2021
Jack Stoll doing his best to prevent the Eagles from picking No. 1 😂 with a catch from Nick Mullens. Tough dude! pic.twitter.com/jQJ6VSfEB9
— Huskers Gameday (@HuskersGameday) August 20, 2021
Over his four year career with the Huskers, Stoll finished with 61 catches for 657 yards and 6 touchdowns. Best of luck as he tries to land on an NFL roster to start the season!