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Eric Decker: Decker will be the most-desired wide receiver in free agency this offseason, and for good reason. The Minnesota product is much more than a product of the Peyton Manning system, as he boasts phenomenal hands, size and route-running ability. Decker is also a top-notch red-zone target, as he has scored 32 times in the last three seasons.
Jeremy Maclin: Maclin has never eclipsed 1,000 yards and he is coming off a torn ACL, but he would be a terrific signing for the Jets. His injury will likely mean he will be underpaid in free agency, and he played under Jets' offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg for four years in Philadelphia. Maclin is an electric playmaker, and he would immediately provide a spark to New York's offense.
Hakeem Nicks: Nicks has dealt with injuries and inconsistencies thus far in his career, but he possesses perhaps the most natural talent of any receiver available in free agency. He's a big, lean target with big-play ability, and he would be a phenomenal No. 2 receiver for Geno Smith and company.
Marqise Lee: Lee's production fell off in 2013 following two consecutive phenomenal seasons, largely due to injuries. However, Lee is still one of the best wideouts available in the draft. The USC product has top-notch athleticism and elusiveness, and he can turn any short gain into six points. New York could do much worse with their first-round pick.
Mike Evans: Evans doesn't have the same kind of athleticism as Lee, but he boasts amazing size and strength, and he's a freight train in the open field. The Texas A&M product would give Geno Smith a huge deep threat and red-zone target.