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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San Francisco - LP: M. Bumgarner 3 FINAL
Washington - WP: T. Roark 9
Tampa Bay - LP: B. Boxberger 2 FINAL
NY Yankees - WP: D. Betances 3
Toronto - LP: R. Dickey 3 FINAL
Detroit - WP: D. Price 8
Houston - LP: C. McHugh 1 FINAL
Boston - WP: C. Buchholz 6
Baltimore - LP: B. Norris 2 FINAL
Chicago WSox - WP: Z. Putnam 3
San Diego - LP: B. Maurer 1 FINAL
St. Louis - WP: S. Maness 2
Cleveland - LP: C. Anderson 0 FINAL
Pittsburgh - WP: J. Locke 1
Seattle - LP: F. Hernandez 0 FINAL
Oakland - WP: K. Graveman 2
NY Mets - LP: M. Harvey 3 FINAL
Los Angeles - WP: Z. Greinke 4
Philadelphia - LP: K. Correia 5 FINAL
Atlanta - WP: A. Wood 9
Miami - LP: J. Cosart 2 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - WP: C. Richard 7
Milwaukee - WP: J. Nelson 7 FINAL
Cincinnati - LP: J. Smith 3
Minnesota - WP: B. Duensing 5 FINAL
Kansas City - LP: J. Blanton 3
LA Angels - WP: H. Santiago 13 FINAL
Texas - LP: W. Rodriguez 0
Colorado - LP: D. Hale 3 FINAL
Arizona - WP: P. Corbin 7
Red Bull New York 1 FINAL
Columbus 2
New York City 2 FINAL
Montreal 1
Vancouver FC 1 FINAL
Colorado 2
New England 0 FINAL
FC Dallas 3
Orlando City 1 FINAL
Real Salt Lake 1
Toronto FC 0 FINAL
Los Angeles 4
Hamilton 52 FINAL
Winnipeg 26
Calgary 11 FINAL
Montreal 29
Brt Columbia 16 FINAL
Ottawa 27
Toronto 2:30 PM
Saskatchewan
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