2015 Mock NFL Free Agency: Complete Edition

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Nov 16, 2014; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb (18) during the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lambeau Field. Green Bay won 53-20. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Wide Receivers

WR. Green Bay. Randall Cobb. 1. player. 28. Derek Carr needs a difference-maker at the wide receiver position, preferably somebody who can take advantage of that big arm.  Randall Cobb would be ideal.  He was that kind of target for Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay and also proved a serious red zone threat.  The Oakland Raiders pay him well to join their building efforts.

26. There is a lot of talk about whether or not Torrey Smith is worth a big new deal but the fact is the Baltimore Ravens have enough problems at receiver.  They can’t afford to lose one of their few proven commodities.  Ozzie Newsome should be able to work something out so the deep threat stays in place.. WR. Baltimore. Torrey Smith. 2. player

Jeremy Maclin. 3. player. 53. Most might expect him to return to Philly, but the Cleveland Browns once again pull off a steal when they give their offense a proven playmaker on the outside in Jeremy Maclin.  He’s coming off his best season and should prove at legitimate #2 target at the very least.. WR. Philadelphia

San Francisco. Michael Crabtree. 4. player. 53. Cleveland then strikes twice, boosting their receiving corps further with Michael Crabtree.  It’s clear that 2014 was a struggle for him, but he has a chance at a fresh start.  He is still young and proven himself a sure-handed target for his quarterbacks in the past.. WR

WR. St. Louis. Kenny Britt. 5. player. 51. For whatever reason, Kenny Britt has played his best football under head coach Jeff Fisher, whether it’s in Tennessee or with the St. Louis Rams.  If he’s smart, he’ll make sure that relationship continues by accepting a deal to stay there and help what should be a close-to-contention team.

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