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WR Marvin Jones
Marvin Jones burst on the seen in a Week 8 game in which he scored four touchdowns against the New York Jets. He's a nice compliment to A.J. Green on the other side, but he'll miss some of the regular season after suffering a broken foot in Training Camp. Jones could be placed on the PUP list or the IR Designated to Return list. Either would come with a significant chunk of the season missed.
WR Andrew Hawkins
Andrew Hawkins joins Cleveland after an injury-shortened 2013 that was preceded by a very strong 2012. Hawkins was very effective in the slot with 51 catches, four of them going for touchdowns. With Josh Gordon's suspension, Hawkins will have to contribute as a chain mover if Cleveland is going to sustain offense. He'll share seam duties with Jordan Cameron.
WR Harry Douglas
Harry Douglas is a solid #3 wide receiver, and proved last season he can step into the starting lineup and produce respectable numbers (132 targets for 85/1,067/2 receiving in relief of Jones and White last year). With legendary tight end Tony Gonzalez now in retirement, Douglas and his compatriots at wide receiver - Roddy White and Julio Jones - are likely to see even more opportunities to catch the football during the upcoming NFL season. Even as Douglas returns to the #3 wide receiver role he's filled when White and Jones are both healthy, he'll likely produce more than he did prior to 2013 (generally around 40 receptions and 400-500 yards receiving with a TD while teamed with Jones and White during 2011 and 2012) as the wide receivers will inherit some of the 120-130 targets and 80-90 receptions that Gonzalez handled annually while with the Falcons.
WR Kenbrell Thompkins
Kenbrell Thompkins had a rough rookie season. He flashed some big-play ability but the raw edge of his game was evident and he had to deal with some injury issues. Thompkins could be fighting for a roster spot with Josh Boyce (per the Boston Herald) and if he is to survive the battle, he needs to overcome his propensity for drops and overall focus. While he could very well be off the roster come the end of August, another team would pick him up. On the Patriots we can't see him as better than bench depth for a fantasy roster. If he ends up elsewhere, and shows he can cut down on his mistakes, he could see his stock rise.
WR Miles Austin
Finally addressing the wide receiver position despite knowing about Josh Gordon's failed drug test before and during the NFL Draft, Cleveland signed Miles Austin on May 15. His injury history and age make him a question mark to play significant time, but he'll be this team's best receiver when he's healthy with Gordon missing the entire season. Unfortunately, that's more a testament to this team's lack of talent at the position than Austin's ability.
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