While the recent talk of spending draft capital to acquire a young and talented tight end is legitimate, the need for a wide receiver or two is arguably a greater need at this time. WFT did sign journeyman receiver Dontrelle Inman recently. Is one more pass-catching specialist needed to replace both Harmon and Latimer?
Today, we will take a look at 11 wide receivers from various teams that the WFT could trade for now. We will include a brief description of each player, what the compensation would likely entail, and the availability.
We will focus a bit on some of the players for Washington who could be packaged as part of any deal. They have a plethora of running backs and defensive linemen. Any of these players could be dangled in front of general managers who might be hesitant to part with a receiver.
Our focus today is on two groups of receivers. The first group includes players that figure to be available and the second group consists of receivers who could be a little more difficult to acquire. Let’s jump right in.