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1. Lee Evans (8)- Evans is a great receiver with great hands, and is already the starter.
2. Steve Johnson (9)- Johnson is competing for a wide open No. 2 wide receiver role, but will eventually emerge as the starter opposite Evans, despite a weak preseason showing.
3. Roscoe Parrish (10)- At last, Parrish is out of the doghouse that coach Dick Jauron locked the speedster in, and displayed his abilities against the Bengals, catching four passes for 58 yards, including a beautiful 12-yard touchdown on a slant route. He is a great slot receiver.
4. David Nelson (11)- Nelson is an undrafted rookie out of the University of Florida, and despite suffering two injuries in practices, he has come back to perform outstandingly, catching seven passes for 81 yards and two touchdowns the two games he has played in. He is a hard worker and will make the team.
5. Chad Jackson (12)- Jackson has been on and off throughout the offseason and preseason, but the former second round pick of the New England Patriots has shown that he can be a possession receiver that can stick around.
6. James Hardy (13)- Hardy hasn't done anything since being drafted in the second round of the 2008 draft, and was injured throughout training camp. The 6'5" physical freak is on a short leash though, but his 30-yard reception against the Colts may have earned him the last wide receiver spot.
Namaan Roosevelt- A native of Buffalo and graduate of the University of Buffalo, fans have rooted for Roosevelt to make his way onto the team after catching 268 passes for 3,551 yards and 28 touchdowns in his career as a Buffalo Bull. However, there aren't enough spots on the roster for him. He may stick around on the practice squad.
Donald Jones- Undrafted rookie out of Youngstown, but felow undrafted rookie Nelson beat him out for the spot.
Aaron Rhea- Brought in after Nelson suffered an injury. Now that he is back, Rhea will be cut.