The Footballguys staff was asked to mention their most significant veteran wide receiver who changed teams over the offseason. Most significant can have a lot of meaning, so - in this case - it means we just asked our guys to pick the wide receiver they most wanted to write about. Here are the results.
Player Receiving 10 Votes
Marvin Jones, Detroit
Bloom: Jones was prominent on our fantasy radar in 2013 after a high efficiency red zone performance that yielded 10 scores. His 2014 foot injury cost him a season, but he emerged again in 2015 as a solid #2 in a very balanced and robust pass offense in Cincinnati. His play was rewarded with a five-year, 40 million dollar deal in Detroit, and he will be a 1A with Golden Tate in what should be a pass-heavy offense. Jones won't be more than a solid WR2 in even the best case scenario, but he probably shouldn't be going multiple rounds after Tate.