1. Braylon Edwards
2. Malcolm Floyd
3. Randy Moss - recently announced retirement
4. Terrell Owens
5. Steve Smith
There are two Hall-of-Famers on this list in Randy Moss and Terrell Owens, but no team seems too eager to pay them. Although both are in tremendous shape, they're getting up there in years and they can both potentially stunt a team's offensive growth.
Malcolm Floyd has the most promise of anyone on this list with his height making him a serious red zone threat, but Braylon Edwards will likely be the first to sign his name on a dotted line.
The market has shrunk for receivers with the Bears, Rams, and Seahawks appearing to be satisfied with their additions to the position, but with the departure of Steve Breaston, the Cardinals have a huge need opposite Larry Fitzgerald.
I know there have been rumors of Arizona being interested in Braylon Edwards, but why aren't they talking Randy Moss out of retirement?
Can you think any other wide receiver in the history of the game who gets more motivated against single coverage than Randy Moss? And with Fitzgerald on the other side, Moss is sure to see his share of single coverage. He wouldn't even need a playbook, he'd go deep every play.
And before I get lost in my imaginary world of Randy Moss bombs, perhaps getting lost in this deep receiver pool, is Steve Smith. He was to Eli Manning what Wes Welker is to Tom Brady.
Other teams in need at the wide receiver position: Panthers, Redskins, Browns, Raiders.
Notable receivers: T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Kevin Curtis