Continuing the 2020 NFL free agency preview of available players, cut candidates, and landing spots, here is a look at the wide receiver position around the NFL landscape:
2020 FREE AGENTS
Cooper is unlikely to hit the absolute open market with Dallas to open up their wallets before Cooper looks to the highest non-Cowboys bidder. Cooper would break the bank if he did a la Kirk Cousins, a rare occurrence at such a high tier among their respective positions. Spotrac.com estimates Cooper's market value at nearly $19 million per year. Green and Fitzgerald are career-long notables on their current teams but Green could shift to a much stronger contender as the Super Bowl has eluded him to-date and Cincinnati is closer to tearing down the roster than a piece or two away from being built up. Fitzgerald is more of a bet to retire than play for a non-Arizona team, but the Super Bowl was close for Fitzgerald with the Cardinals, albeit many years ago.