2014 NFL draft preview: Wide receivers and tight ends

  • by: Master Tesfatsion , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 30, 2014 - 11:56 AM

There likely won’t be an offensive weapon selected with the first overall pick, nor the second, but don’t let that fool you. Wide receiver might be the deepest position in the draft, with a number of players capable of making an immediate impact in a pass-happy league even outside of the first round.

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Cleveland - LP: T. House 1 FINAL
Detroit - WP: A. Simon 4
Chicago Cubs 0 Postponed
Cincinnati 0
Kansas City 0 Postponed
Chicago WSox 0
Houston - WP: S. Feldman 9 FINAL
Oakland - LP: K. Graveman 3
NY Mets - WP: M. Harvey 8 FINAL
NY Yankees - LP: C. Sabathia 2
Washington - LP: S. Strasburg 0 FINAL
Miami - WP: T. Koehler 8
Toronto - LP: B. Cecil 2 FINAL
Tampa Bay - WP: E. Frieri 4
Atlanta - WP: S. Miller 5 FINAL
Philadelphia - LP: D. Buchanan 2
Boston - LP: K. Uehara 4 FINAL
Baltimore - WP: B. Matusz 5
St. Louis 5 FINAL
Milwaukee 3
Pittsburgh 1 Top 9th Inning
Arizona 1
San Francisco 4 Top 7th Inning
Colorado 3
Los Angeles 10 Top 6th Inning
San Diego 3
Texas 1 Top 5th Inning
LA Angels 0
Minnesota 2 Top 5th Inning
Seattle 2
Atlanta 83 FINAL
Brooklyn 91
Chicago 90 FINAL
Milwaukee 92
Golden State 108 4th Qtr 0:22
New Orleans 98
Memphis 9:30 PM
Portland
Washington 1 FINAL
NY Islanders 3
Detroit 4 FINAL
Tampa Bay 0
Nashville 3 3rd Prd 15:29
Chicago 3
Vancouver 4 2nd Prd 9:24
Calgary 3
Philadelphia 1 FINAL
Columbus 4
Real Salt Lake 0 FINAL
New England 4
Sporting Kansas City 3 2nd Half 3:00
Houston 4
D.C. 9:30 PM
Vancouver FC
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