Buyer's market for WR's this year

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  1. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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  2. Ubiq

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    Good read.

    Is Arizona really dumb enough to trade Larry Fitz? It doesn't matter how much he costs, he's a top 5 WR in the NFL and still growing.
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  3. TitanJeff

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    If I was Reinfeldt, I go for a go-to receiver with experience in free agency who can immediately contribute and use the draft for that quick-strike guy who can stretch the field on certain packages.
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    There are several big name WRs who will move this offseason. If we don't get one of them, I am going to be very unhappy.
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    This article adds more fuel to the fire for taking a defensive player, my guess is we go defense in the 1st and then maybe a receiver in the 2nd due to the fact that there are so many options available.
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    It's a buyers market if you are looking for a someone who is either washed up or a #2-#3 WR who wants #1 money. I don't see much help in the Fa group at all and at best maybe some decent #2s. Berrian is probably the only legit #1 guy and he won't be cheap. My guess is the Titans look his way just to see if there is a chance. Guys like Muhammed and Booker are about as exciting as Eric Moulds.
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