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Antonio Brown, Mike Wallace, Jerricho Cotchery, Emmanuel Sanders, Toney Clemons, Derrick Williams
Six wide receivers seems about right for a team that's going to be doing a lot of throwing. Todd Haley's offense figures to be complex with a lot of multiple-receiver sets. That means that the team will want to have plenty of targets.
The first four men are all locks. Wallace's holdout will likely end in mid-June because after that it would be detrimental for him to continue it. Brown is poised for a huge year. Cotchery and Sanders will battle for the third spot, but Cotchery is more valuable to the offense at this point.
Behind those four, I think Clemons and Williams bring the most to the table. There's a lot of uncertainty, but I really like the athleticism and effort both of them have shown in their college careers.
Heath Miller, David Johnson, Leonard Pope, Weslye Saunders
Miller should have a revival in this offense if Todd Haley keeps things similar to his work in Kansas City and Arizona. Johnson also plays the fullback/halfback role in Pittsburgh, so he's a lock as well. Behind that, there are questions.
Pope was the team's lone free agent addition, so he figures to make it. Saunders will have to miss four games at the beginning of the year and should get some competition from David Paulson, one of the team's seventh-round picks. I think Saunders still has an edge, but it will be close.