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The NFL preseason is rapidly approaching and teams 5 months 2 weeks ago #1246

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One position that always seems to be a challenge with finishing this mandatory task is wide receiver. Everyone knows that a team's offense is essentially dictated by their skill at this position and of course , quarterback. With that being stated, a team must pick the best players possible to help with their teams chances of success. With this apparent fact, a lot of players each season at wide receiver are let go once the preseason is completed. There is a lot of pressure with this, so teams must be aware of all potential situations that may be thrown their way.With all that has been stated thus far, in this article Will Harris Jersey , we will be looking at each team's worst wide receiver that they should get rid of. It is quite apparent that every NFL team has a wide receiver under contract that is a bit questionable as to why they would. Sometimes teams keep their wide receivers in hopes that they can reach their full potential, but once two or three seasons have passed and they still have minimal roles, it likely means it is time to cut them. In some cases however, players are actually good, but their teams simply have far too much depth to allow them the opportunity to thrive. In these specific cases , teams should aim to get something back in return via trade. Whatever the case may be, teams need to move on from these wide receivers in the upcoming season and we as fans should keep our eyes open as to when it actually occurs.Let's look at the wide receiver on each team that they need to get rid of! Being able to predict everything that is going to happen in all seven rounds of the annual NFL Draft can be quite the challenge. However, there are experts for major media organizations who are looked upon for their thoughts and analysis in the months before players are chosen by one of the 32 NFL teams. For ESPN, Mel Kiper, Jr. , has been that expert since 1984.Not bad for someone who only graduated from Essex Community College, but had an offer to work for the Baltimore Colts before joining ESPN. But he’s become a name synonymous with the NFL Draft. Along with Todd McShay, Kiper’s evaluations of every player transitioning from college football to the NFL can be somewhat influential.While Kiper is one of the biggest names when it comes to the NFL Draft, he’s never 100 percent accurate. Sure, he’s right on some of the players who are selected early in the first round. But more often than not Darnell Savage Jr. Jersey , he’s been wrong on his evaluations of college stars who are hoping to make a big impact in the professional ranks.Kiper has drawn some criticism for his evaluations. There some glaring errors he has made about certain players who became NFL busts. One time he compared JaMarcus Russell to Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway. He also said that he would quit his job if Jimmy Clausen wasn’t a star in the NFL.As mentioned earlier, Kiper has gotten some picks right. It’s just that predicting the players chosen in the draft can be extremely difficult. The following looks at eight of the biggest draft mistakes in Mel Kiper’s career and seven times he was perfectly right on the money.
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