7. Nelson Agholor, 6. Mack Hollins
These two are grouped together because they both spent time with John DeFilippo when with the Philadelphia Eagles. Agholor did not have great memories in Philly, except for the two seasons with Frank Reich and Flip in the meeting rooms.
To be fair, DeFilippo was the QB coach, but he had involvement in the offense, and Agholor had his best two seasons as an Eagle when he was in the building. The two could like each other, and Flip could be pounding the table that Agholor is a big upgrade over Anthony Miller.
For Mack Hollins, he was drafted when Flip was in Philly. His rookie season was his best season on offense. Since then he was released and moved to Miami. Hollins is really a depth player who plays special teams and can block. He has some speed as well.
Still, Riley Ridley is inactive every week because he cannot play special teams and Javon Wims obviously has his issues. Mack Hollins could be an upgrade over both, and Flip has his number.