By all accounts, it sounds like the WR room is lacking after Parker and Williams. Unfortunately, Covid has placed us in a weird world where Hurns and Wilson are opting out. Going into the season, I would have said that WR is our strongest unit, but now it is concerning. Let's take a look at what we have. Parker - Could arguably the best player on the team right now. That being said, Parker always seems to get nicked up and misses games. Williams - By all accounts he looks better than ever. Grant - I don't know about you guys, but he has a love/hate relationship with me. There are days where I am like "Wow, this guy could be Az Hakim." Then there are other days when I am like, "This guy should just stick to kick returns." He is so inconsistent and will look great one day and have a case of the dropsies the next. I really do not trust him at all, and I could not imagine wanting to throw him a pass on third down. Sure, he absolutely has that big play potential and is the type of guy that you design plays for. In my mind, he is a limited snap/situational guy. Ford - He looked good when he played last season. He has the frame that he could play in the slot or on the boundary if Parker got hurt. I think Grant is limited to the slot. This is a big plus for Ford. I would feel most comfortable with him as our starting slot guy. Louis - He was already cut once, and I don't see him cracking the final roster. Jennings - There was a lot of hope that he coulda been a steal, but really has underwhelmed. I don't see him making the squad. Rogers - He is a vet and would certainly bring experience to the team. He feels like year-to-year guy, so keeping him on the final roster feels short sighted. That being said, Hurns and Wilson will be back next year, so perhaps this is a viable path. Perry - He is an interesting guy because he has had flashes in camp. He is super raw and is essentially being brought in as an athlete. He is facing an uphill battle against more seasoned players. That being said, his position versatility is a plus. With Rosen looking better, I bet we keep three QBS. Perry could sorta make up for that by being a 6th WR/4th RB. The only question is that if injuries started happening, would you be comfortable with him playing an expanded role? Going into the season, I saw him as a practice squad player with upside. I worry that putting him on the 53 could be asking a bit much. So what do you do in this situation? A - Roll with what we have. We know that we are getting guys back next year. B - Swap a late round pick to snag a new receiver. I sorta think that this is a "you get what you pay for" type of thing. C- Swap a serious draft pick (mid round+). You may get a better player, but is he better than Hurns and Wilson? We also probably have to pay him as well. I do think that we wind up drafting a WR early next year. Are we over committing draft picks at this point. D- Wait around till cuts. This is sorta like a lottery ticket. We really don't know what we are getting. Most likely somebody's trash. Maybe we get lucky and get someone who gets cut due to a numbers game. Maybe. Waiting puts the player behind the 8 ball because they need to essentially immediately learn the playbook and the coaches really don't know him.