Mike Williams probably should have hired moving trucks back in January.
The Buccaneers traded Williams to the Buffalo Bills for a sixth-round pick in this year's draft, according to ESPN's James Walker. It became clear early this year that Williams' personal life was pushing him out of Tampa.
Williams' dedication to football came into question early this year with reports of his offseason antics. The hiring of Lovie Smith and Jason Licht practically ensured Williams' departure.
Despite his activities off the field, Williams was often productive on it. In each his first three seasons, Williams caught more than 60 passes, approaching 1000 receiving yards in 2010 and 2012. Williams provided the Bucs with 25 touchdowns over his four-year career.
A hamstring tear ended Williams' 2013 campaign on injured reserve. Little did he know that he would never play another snap for the Bucs.
With Williams gone, the Bucs need a wide receiver to start opposite Vincent Jackson.
While the Bucs are almost certain to take a wide receiver in this year's draft, they have options in free agency as well.
Here are five players the Buccaneers should consider to replace Mike Williams as their second starting wide receiver.