Wide Receiver, 6, Cameron Meredith, Kevin White, Markus Wheaton, Kendall Wright, Victor Cruz, Josh Bellamy
The receiver is a deep position in terms of names, but every name comes with a question mark of its own. That is why it would be no surprise to see the team keep six wide receivers this season. Meredith, White, and Wheaton are the locks. They are the three with the highest ceilings and with the majority of
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Wright should be able to find a job as a possession, slot receiver. Bellamy has a good cause to make the team as a special teams asset who has receiver experience. Cruz was added late into the preseason, but on name value and veteran leadership, he would have to get injured and prove he is well behind what he once was to make get cut.
Tight End 3: Zach Miller, Adam Shaheen, Dion Sims
The tight end position should almost be as cut and dry as the quarterback spot. There will be a chance for Ben Braunecker, and the health status of Zach Miller could make that worthy of a debate. However, it is unlikely the keep four, and the swap would just be one for one. In all likelihood, though, it is these three heading into the season.