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Analysis of the Receiver Class

Justin Blackmon (Jennifer Stewart/USP)

Justin Blackmon is the clear No. 1 choice and Michael Floyd will join him in the first round, though his off-the-field history bothers teams. None of that matters to the Packers, who figure to take advantage of the receiver class' depth with a late-round addition.

Much like the cornerback crop, the draft-eligible wide receivers should hear a lot of their names called on draft weekend. With more and more NFL teams utilizing multiple receiver sets, no longer are rosters consisting of just four or five wideouts, as most teams have begun to carry at least six. In order to not have an overloaded roster, those organizations look for versatility, and a receiver...

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