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2014 NFL Free Agency Preview: Wide Receivers
By Matt Horkman

Kenny Britt, Tennessee Titans
A career underachiever, Britt will be just 26 by the time the 2014 regular-season begins. He doesn’t come without baggage, as he’s had a couple off-field incidents. As a result, he’s not likely to receive a long-term deal. Instead, he’ll have to re-establish himself on a short-term contract.

Possible Destinations: Colts, Jets, Rams, Seahawks, & Patriots Eric Decker

Eric Decker, Denver Broncos
The top free-agent receiver, Decker is coming off back-to-back 80-catch and 1,000-yard seasons. Skeptics will credit Peyton Manning for his production, but Decker caught 44 passes for 612 yards and eight touchdowns with Kyle Orton and Tim Tebow as his quarterbacks in 2011. Nobody needs a receiver more than the Jets do, but the Colts and Patriots would be perfect fits for Decker’s services. A return to Denver is unlikely.

Possible Destinations: Browns, Colts, Jets, Lions, & Patriots

Julian Edelman, New England Patriots
Quietly, Edelman caught 105 passes last season. He also went over 1,000 yards and scored 6 touchdowns. Nonetheless, I don’t imagine defensive coordinators worry much about Edelman beating them. He’s best off staying with New England, but the Patriots have Danny Amendola to play the slot, so they’re probably not going to get into a bidding war for him.

Possible Destinations: Jets, Patriots, Ravens, & Texans

James Jones, Green Bay Packers
Teams considering second-tier free agents will covet Jones. He turns 30 at the end of the month, but he tied for the league lead in touchdowns with 14 just two seasons ago. Any team looking for a veteran receiver to compliment their No. 1 would make sense.

Possible Destinations: Chiefs, Giants, Packers, Raiders, & Seahawks

Hakeem Nicks, N.Y. Giants
Returning to New York isn’t likely for Nicks unless he’s donning green and white. Nicks is coming off back-to-back underwhelming seasons. Injuries played a roll, but his value is definitely not as high as it was two or three years ago. He may end up signing somewhere as a high-end No. 2 receiver. Carolina, Cleveland, and Washington figure into that market. 

Possible Destinations: Browns, Jets, Panthers, Ravens, & Washington

Andre Roberts, Arizona Cardinals
Two seasons ago, Roberts caught 64 passes for 759 yards. Because of the emergence of Michael Floyd, his role in Arizona’s offense diminished. The Cardinals don’t seem interested in bringing him back, so he’ll play somewhere else as a No. 3 receiving option.

Possible Destinations: 49ers, Chiefs, Giants, Raiders, & Titans

Emmanuel Sanders, Pittsburgh Steelers
With little cap room to spare, Pittsburgh will have a difficult time re-signing Sanders. Last year, rumors linked him to New England as a restricted free agent. The move never came to fruition, but the Patriots could still be interested. The 49ers, Jets, and anyone else needing a slot receiver could generate a bidding war for him. 

Possible Destinations: 49ers, Jets, Lions, Patriots, & Steelers

Golden Tate, Seattle Seahawks
Returning to Seattle remains an option for Tate, though a healthy Percy Harvin could complicate matters. Perhaps his best fit is San Francisco, where he could play the slot, while Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree operate on the outside. The Giants are also a viable option.

Possible Destinations: 49ers, Chiefs, Giants, Raiders, & Seahawks

Best of the Rest
Nate Burleson, Detroit Lions
Jacoby Jones, Baltimore Ravens
Brandon LaFell, Carolina Panthers
Sidney Rice, Seattle Seahawks
Jerome Simpson, Minnesota Vikings

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