Receiver is known to be the position of divas in the NFL.
From Keyshawn Johnson to Terrell Owens and the multitude who have come before and after.
"I think I understand the way life works," Agholor recently said, per the Philadelphia Inquirer. "I don't feel like I'm entitled to anything. ... Work like a peasant. That's the mind-set."
Agholor moved to the United States from Nigeria when he was 5. His mother worked at a nursing home and his father worked many jobs, including as a janitor at the University of Southern Florida -- coach Chip Kelly invited Eagles janitor Troy Robinson into Agholor's introductory picture as a tribute.
"My parents have raised us to be very humble and to understand everything in life you have to earn," the former USC receiver said.
If the young wideout works like a "peasant" to learn the system and stays humble as his stats balloon, Kelly will have found the perfect rookie for his system.