Free Agent Wide Receivers Breakdown and Anaylsis


Bernard Berrian, UFA, Chicago Bears
Randy Moss, UFA, New England Patriots
Bryant Johnson, UFA, Arizona Cardinals
Drew Carter, UFA, Carolina Panthers
Andre’ Davis UFA Houston Texans
Justin Gage UFA Tennessee Titans
Devery Henderson, UFA, New Orleans Saints
Antonio Chatman UFA Cincinnati Bengals
Keary Colbert UFA Carolina Panthers
Terrance Copper UFA New Orleans Saints
Malcom Floyd RFA San Diego Chargers
Doug Gabriel UFA Oakland Raiders
D.J. Hackett UFA Seattle Seahawks
Samie Parker UFA Kansas City Chiefs
Az-Zahir Hakim UFA Miami Dolphins
Taylor Jacobs UFA Washington Redskins
Jerome Mathis RFA Houston Texans
David Patten UFA New Orleans Saints
Marcus Robinson UFA Detroit Lions

UFA – Unrestricted Free Agent
RFA – Restricted Free Agent

Teams that Will be Looking at Wide Receivers

1. Miami
2. Philadelphia
3. Minnesota
4. Tennessee
5. New Orleans
6. Kansas City
7. Chicago

A deep list this season, with Berrian and Moss being at the top of the list. No doubt that the Pats will make a huge offer to keep Moss, and I would be willing to bet the two parties will get that done. Berrian has said he wants to stay with the Bears, but neither side is talking, so look at the top two above, Miami and Philly to take a look at Berrian. The rest of the list is full of mostly guys that would be mostly 3rd wide outs in systems, with the exception possibly being Carter, who has shown flashes and will move on from Carolina. Devery Henderson and D.J. Hackett have potential, and could get deals that could finally allow them to flourish.

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One Response to “Free Agent Wide Receivers Breakdown and Anaylsis”

  1. Josh says:

    So your saying that with carolina losing Drew Carter, (not a big loss), they wont be looking at the WR spot?? I dont think so. Smith needs a good #2, I see them looking at Hackett SEA. Thats just common sense. Also, what do you think about Carolina going D-line in the 1st round,(pending a Rucker retirement)? Calais Campbell would be nice, if he falls that far.