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WR depth chart place your predictions..........

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Its not like Adams sucked as a WR in college. He's top 5 in receiving yards in arkansas history (even though that isnt saying much lol)

I don't think he makes an impact at WR this year but he could be a dangerous weapon with screens and reverses in the future

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These 6 will make the 53!

Smith......#1

LaFell.....#2

Gettis.....#3 or #4 per injury

Murphy...#3 or #4 Just traded for, won't be released yet

Adams....PR/WR

Pilares....KR/WR

Possible 53

Edwards..PR/WR Depends on how consistant Adams is

Bryant....He's a big body WR with decent speed

Practice Squad

Every other WR

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I am an Armanti fan but wish they would go ahead and cut him. Would like to see him somewhere that he would be appreciated. Kid didn't drop a punt last year but hardly ever got a chance as a WR. Has to be more opportunities out there somewhere.

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Eh what the heck...

1. Steve Smith

2. Brandon LaFell

3. David Gettis (If Healthy)

4. Louis Murphy

5. Kealoha Pilares

6. Joe Adams

PS: Jared Green

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Smith

LaFell

Gettis/Murphy

Adams/Pilares

If we keep 7 its between Edwards and Tutu...Green on the PS.

Also there is ZERO chance that Joe Adams doesn't make the team.

^^this.

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According to Reed, tutu is basically entrenched as the third receiver. Gettis may be able to displace him when he comes back, but right now tutu is above Murphy. If Gettis is able to come back healthy and back to form I think they end up keeping 7 with Edwards getting cut.

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sure because hes been here for a year now and is more familiar with the offense than murphy. and gettis is hurt. that leaves tutu as the third guy right now by default... not that hes done anything spectacular

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pretty annoyed that we are doing this again but I'll do it because I'm right and all you suckers are wrong :P

1) Steve Smith

2) Brandon LaFell

3) Louis Murphy

4) David Gettis

5) Kealoha Pilares

6) Joe Adams

That pretty much is a lock for what it is going to be if Gettis can go week 1. Can't really be debated too much. Wish Brenton Bersin could make the team. He catches everything and runs good routes. But then again a lot of these undrafted free agents look good in training camp. Doesn't mean they will be great in an NFL game. Rooting for a lot of them though. Just not room on the roster for them.

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