There are at least two teams could really use a big, physical receiver who can make red zone touchdown grabs.
The Browns need to win now, because there’s no guarantee new owner Jimmy Haslam will keep the GM, the President, the head coach and even the QB next season. The Browns have a promising duo in Greg Little and rookie Josh Gordon, but there depth after fellow rookie Travis Benjamin is suspect. The main red zone weapons for
In the very competitive AFC West, the Chiefs look to be outgunned by the Chargers, Broncos and particularly the Raiders. There are some potent weapons, but they could use a veteran presence as they increase the roles of Baldwin and McCluster after their first full off-seasons as exclusively WRs (McCluster was drafted in 2010 as a RB). After putting up impressive performances the first two weeks of preseason, the first team Kansas City offense was held to 7 points, albeit by the 2nd-best secondary in the NFL, Seattle’s (Baltimore’s is best).
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