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The battle for a couple spots at wide receiver isn't getting a ton of attention, but it's still wide open for several players.
The top three receivers on the depth chart are locked with Justin Hunter, Kendall Wright and Nate Washington. After those three, it's a close race for most likely two spots.
Marc Mariani and Michael Preston continue to be the most likely winners after the dust settles, but the players behind them aren't going away quietly.
The receiver who stood out the most in the practice session was Brian Robiskie, who ironically last played with the Falcons last season. Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean commented on his big play:
Robiskie was brought in to basically provide healthy competition in training camp, but he's a dark-horse candidate to sneak onto the roster.
Another veteran who will continue to make things interesting is Derek Hagan. If he has a solid preseason, then he might persuade coaches to go with a proven veteran over the other inexperienced receivers.
I also wouldn't completely dismiss an undrafted receiver making some noise for a roster spot, but they obviously face a much higher hill to climb.