There has been and will continue to be debate about the Philadelphia Eagles' decision to release DeSean Jackson, but the bottom line is that they now need to replace him. The 2014 NFL draft is the best way to accomplish that very difficult task.
But the better news is that they don't need to create a carbon copy of Jackson to still have a high-flying offensive attack. They're getting Jeremy Maclin back from injury, and Riley Cooper should step up as well.
GM Howie Roseman will assuredly be looking to grab a wideout in one of the first three rounds now, which is exciting news for Eagles fans because receiver is the deepest position in the deepest draft in a long time.
These players are all exceptional athletes, which is the one main factor that should help them contribute in Chip Kelly's offense.
Here are six receivers who could potentially replace Jackson on the Eagles.