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Vincent Jackson: Five Teams That Could Use the WR Holdout

Nicolas SouleContributor IJune 26, 2016

Vincent Jackson: Five Teams That Could Use the WR Holdout

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    Unless Vincent Jackson can find a long-term contract with the Chargers, they will need to start looking for other destinations for Jackson.

Buffalo Bills

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    Lee Evans and Vincent Jackson would complement each other very nicely. It would also help set up the running game.

    They could send Roscoe Parrish, James Hardy, and a future draft pick for Jackson.

Cleveland Browns

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    Cleveland Browns would be an interesting team with Jackson.

    They'll have Jackson, Cribbs, Mohammed Massaquoi, Brian Robiskie, and Bobby Engram.

    I have them giving up Carlton Mitchell, James Davis, and a future draft pick.

Indianapolis Colts

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    Vincent Jackson and Reggie Wayne would a be scary combo.

    The Colts would give up Pierre Garcon and Anthony Gonzalez.

Green Bay Packers

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    Green Bay would probably have to give up more picks than the previous three teams.

    But the combination of Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, Jermichael Finley, and Vincent Jackson would give Aaron Rodgers a lot of targets.

    He would probably break some records with these players. They would probably have to give up draft picks and a couple receivers.

Arizona Cardinals

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    Vincent Jackson and Larry Fitzgerald would probably be the best combination in the league.

    They would make Derek Anderson or Matt Leinart look like solid QBs.

    The Cardinals would have to give up some receivers and draft picks, but it might be well worth it.

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