Other WR Moves - Fantasy Impact

Free Agent Signings

Trades

Cedrick Wilson Signs With Saints

Wilson became a player that the Dolphins could move away from with the talent that they had on offense. The Saints on the other hand, only really have Chris Olave on the depth chart that has been at all reliable. Wilson should be a nice rotational piece for them, but don’t think there is much of an impact for fantasy here.

Curtis Samuel Signs With Bills

I actually really like this signing for the Bills. In allowing Gabe Davis to leave this offseason they had a need for a receiver to work opposite Stefon Diggs. In Samuel, they have found themselves with a dynamic versatile weapon that they can use in multiple ways. In Washington he managed to be a little big more consistent than he was with the Panthers, and he now has the best QB he has played with in his career.

DeVante Parker Signs With Eagles

Parker didn’t do much for the Patriots last season, but then that offense overall was a weak unit that couldn’t find any consistency. In signing for the Eagles, he knows that his role is limited with A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith ahead of him on the depth chart. Good stand-in incase of injury. At some point he will be a popular waiver wire pickup.

Devin Duvernay Signs With Jaguars

Duvernay was a good special teams contributor for the Ravens, and is likely to bring that talent to the Jaguars. Hasn’t really shown his ability as a receiver, so fantasy impact is limited.

Isaiah McKenzie Signs With Giants

McKenzie was an effective slot receiver for the Bills, before moving onto the Colts last season. He had some weeks were he was effective, but the Colts offense generally struggled and McKenzie was allowed to leave this offseason. The Giants already have a number of receivers who work well out of the slot though, so limited fantasy appeal here.

Jamison Crowder Signs With Commanders

Crowder had some great seasons with Washington to start his career, but has struggled to make any impact since 2021. Depth piece for the Commanders.

Jauan Jennings Signs With 49ers

Jennings coming back to fill his WR3 role in the offense has minimal fantasy impact, but he does spring up now and again. Decent role player who helps keep the Niners drives going.

K.J. Osborn Signs With Patriots

The Patriots have a real shortage of receivers, Osborn was in a crowed Vikings room. Osborn has had some big games where he has been week-winning, but has games where he has minimal impact. Should see more targets in this offense, but this offense isn’t a potent unit.

Ray-Ray McCloud Signs With Falcons

The Falcons are bringing a number of new pieces into their building. Can’t see McCloud being more than he was for the 49ers- a special teams contributor.

Trenton Irwin Signs With Bengals

Irwin has been a decent fill-in player when needed. Helps the Bengals offense more than it helps your fantasy lineup, but he’ll have some relevancy this season.

Van Jefferson Signs With Steelers

Jefferson struggled to find a consistent role for the Rams, before moving to the Falcons mid-way through the season. The Steelers needed to add receiving talent, especially with Diontae Johnson leaving the team. There may have been struggles last season, but with new QB and better play calling, Jefferson could be a nice depth piece for fantasy.

Rondale Moore Traded To Falcons

The Falcons have wasted no time in tooling up their offense. Adding Cousins gives them a reliable passer, and with Mooney and Moore now added to their receiving group they have talent throughout. Moore and Mooney are likely to be eating into each other’s work, and could struggle for fantasy this season.