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1. Randy Moss - The likelihood he stays in Tennessee is very low. Moss is keeping his cool right now as a bench warmer and mentor to Kenny Britt, but the bottom line is he wants to play. Plenty of teams realize his talent, but many are still hesitant to bring him in. I suppose if no one else will take him, Jeff Fisher will be glad to keep him around, but I would expect one of the other 31 NFL teams to show some interest.
2. Vincent Jackson - Jackson showed the Chargers organization what they have been missing out on by keeping him from playing most of the season. I highly doubt he will be in San Diego next season unless the owner intervenes and offers a fat contract. Jackson wants to get paid, plain and simple. So find a team that has a lot of money and needs a top notch wide receiver and you will find a team interested in Jackson.
3. Sidney Rice - The Minnesota Vikings are going to have to make a few big decisions in the offseason. One of them will be whether or not to keep one of the best unsung heroes of the NFL wide receivers. He isn't the fastest or flashiest receiver, but he is one of the best route runners and possession receivers in the league.
4. Santonio Holmes - The Jets really like Holmes and Holmes likes the Jets. I suppose he could leave, but he is the primary receiver on a potential Super Bowl team. Why would he want to leave?
5. Terrell Owens - Well, the Bengals gave it a shot, and for a while there, Owens was the only thing actually putting up decent numbers on this offense. Unfortunately, two things will keep him from being resigned: his injury, and the Bengals dreadful season.
Notables: Malcom Floyd, Braylon Edwards, Santana Moss, Steve Smith (Giants), Mike Sims-Walker