In the NFL, there are three categories of positions that can be filled: coaching, offensive line, and wide receivers.
In the first category, players can be called upon to lead teams in the run and pass game.
They also have the luxury of not having to worry about being injured.
But this does not mean the coaching and line position is completely out of reach.
This is the position that is most important to players like Drew Brees, who will likely start all 16 games this season.
In addition, the wide receiver position, which has historically been filled by tight ends and wideouts, is also at risk.
With the emergence of the young stars in the draft class, it’s likely that wide receivers will be called on to play in some capacity this season in order to help their teams win games.
While the number of wide receivers available in the first two rounds has increased over the years, the position has seen some major turnover this season, with some players choosing to enter the NFL on the open market.
Here are some of the players who have left the NFL for greener pastures: Dez Bryant, Atlanta Falcons The former Cowboys star has reportedly chosen to go back to his native Mexico for his career, which could allow him to make a living as a wide receiver.
However, Bryant has also stated that he doesn’t want to be pigeonholed in a single position.
Instead, he wants to maximize his skill set in order not to waste a year in the league.
Khalil Mack, Jacksonville Jaguars The Jaguars defensive end had a breakout season in 2017, leading the league in sacks with 16.
He also led the league with 11.5 sacks per game.
The Jags have been trying to build a strong defensive line this offseason, and Mack has been one of their key pieces.
Mack is also the nephew of Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, and he has played in a number of Pro Bowls.
He will likely be the first wide receiver to be drafted in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Mike Williams, Indianapolis Colts The former Carolina Panthers linebacker is currently on the free-agent market and has made it clear that he wants a new contract.
He has stated that the Colts have the ability to match any contract he can offer.
However that doesn’t mean that he’s willing to accept a contract in Indianapolis, even if it means moving on to another team.
Jordan Matthews, Cleveland Browns The wide receiver from the University of Oregon has been highly productive in his three seasons with the Cleveland Browns.
He leads the NFL with 59 receptions for 928 yards and four touchdowns, and also has been named to the Pro Bowl twice.
Matthews is set to make his first appearance in the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend.
Julius Thomas, Green Bay Packers The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back is on the final year of his contract and could be the best wide receiver in the 2018 NFL Draft, according to NFL Network’s Mike Mayock.
The Packers are currently rebuilding under new coach Mike McCarthy, and Thomas has a ton of talent on their roster.
He would certainly be a nice addition to the offense if he chose to leave for greer pastures.
Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals The former University of Cincinnati running back had a career year in 2017 with 1,079 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Mixon is also one of the top receivers in the game and has had some productive seasons with his teammates.
The Bengals are currently struggling to find a quarterback, so Mixon could be a great fit to provide some offense to the passing game.
Sammy Watkins, New York Jets The Buffalo Bills quarterback is currently out of the league due to a neck injury, but he still has some good years left in him.
Watkins leads the league and has a number, with 16 touchdown receptions.
He is a big-play threat, and could help the Bills in the return game.
This will be the fourth year in a row that Watkins will play in the playoffs.
He could be looking for a new team, and if the Bills choose to keep him, the Jets would be an ideal destination.
Travis Kelce, Seattle Seahawks The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback has had a rough year, but Kelce has a lot of talent in the secondary.
He finished second in the MVP voting, and has the ability not only to take away the deep ball, but also make plays downfield in the passing attack.
Kelce could be one of Seattle’s key pieces in 2017.
Brandon LaFell, Tennessee Titans LaFell is currently the only wide receiver who has been a first-round pick, and his draft status could be in jeopardy with the departure of cornerback Byron Jones.
But the former LSU receiver is set for another career with the Titans.
James Conner, Indianapolis Browns Conner is currently one of two players on the Colts roster who will make his debut on Sunday.
The former Clemson quarterback has been on injured reserve since injuring his shoulder