The Huddle has quite a poor track record in terms of evaluating wideouts.
Steve Smith was done as a number one receiver. He was at best a number two. At his age was ideally suited to limp along as a number 3...then he goes to a very good Ravens team, becomes their clear number 1 and goes for 1000+ and 13.5 yards a catch.
Brandon LaFell was pure trash. Probably could not even make most NFL rosters. As a number 2 he was an embarrassment. Worse number 2 in the history of football...then he goes to New England, becomes a hybrid 1/2 for the Patriots, goes for essentially 1000 yards (953) and wins a Super Bowl.
Stephen Hill...He sick...sign that man...Hill couldn't beat out Avant or Bersin to even make the roster and has a good chance on never making it off the practice squad.
Now everyone is up in arms about possibly not signing Jennings, whose production has declined his last three full seasons in the league and is nothing more than JAG at this point in his career.
And this is the same Huddle that was so high on Cotchery and Avant going into last season...now the popular opinion is that those two are trash not worthy of a roster spot...