Andre Caldwell
Lions' Andre Caldwell: Lands in Detroit
Andre Caldwell, WR, DEN
5/4/2016
News: The Lions and Caldwell agreed to a contract Wednesday, MLive.com reports.

Since receiving sporadic starts with the Bengals during a four-year stint to kick off his career, Caldwell was lightly used with the Broncos over the past four seasons, totaling 32 catches (on 70 targets) for 337 yards and five touchdowns across 54 games. He took on part-time duty as a kick returner as well, averaging 23.2 YPR on 25 attempts over the last three campaigns, but he merely hauled in his only target while returning a pair of kicks in Denver's Super Bowl victory in February. If he lands on the Lions' 53-man roster out of training camp, he'll serve as depth for a receiving corps that's attempting to weather the loss of Calvin Johnson to retirement.

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Davante Adams
Packers' Davante Adams: Faces competition for WR slotting
Davante Adams, WR, GB
5/4/2016
News: While Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb continue to top the Packers' wideout depth chat, Adams is in line to jostle with the likes of Jared Abbrederis, Ty Montgomery, Jeff Janis and draftee Trevor Davis for slotting behind the team's top duo, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.

With Ed Williams and Jamel Johnson also in the depth mix, wideout is a crowded position for the Packers at this stage. The fact that Adams was a second-round draft pick in 2014 makes it likely that he'll stick around after last cuts, but either way, between the return to health of Nelson and all the competition at wideout, Adams could be hard-pressed to match the 50-catch output he turned in over 13 games in 2015.

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Keyarris Garrett
Panthers' Keyarris Garrett: Signs with Panthers
Keyarris Garrett, WR, DRF
5/3/2016
News: Garrett signed with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent, ESPN.com reports.

Garrett, like fellow wideouts Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess, is the kind of big bodied receiver that the Panthers seems to covet. At 6'3", 220 pounds, Garrett finished second in the FBS with 1,588 receiving yards on 96 receptions for Tulsa as a senior last season. Given that production and scheme fit with the Panthers, Garrett could be one to monitor during the preseason.

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Devon Cajuste
49ers' Devon Cajuste: Signs with 49ers
Devon Cajuste, WR, DRF
5/3/2016
News: The 49ers have agreed to terms with undrafted free agent Cajuste, Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports.

Cajuste had a promising sophomore season at Stanford, recording 642 yards and five touchdowns, but he failed to equal that production in his final two seasons, netting a combined 940 yards and nine touchdowns, which makes it unsurprising that he ultimately went undrafted. Measuring in at 6-foot-4, 234 pounds at the Combine, there was talk that Cajuste may be moved to tight end instead of receiver in the NFL, but it's unclear how the 49ers will use him. In either case, he'll likely be buried on the depth chart, and it'll be an uphill battle for him to make the team's 53-man roster.

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Nelson Spruce
Rams' Nelson Spruce: Signs with Rams
Nelson Spruce, WR, DRF
5/3/2016
News: Spruce signed with the Rams as an undrafted free agent on Tuesday, Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

Spruce followed a monster junior season, 105 receptions for 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns, with a bit of a down-year in 2015, recording just 84 catches for 942 yards and three touchdowns. Weighing in a 6-foot-1, 206 pounds, Spruce has proved himself to be a reliable option in his time at Colorado, dropping just three passes in his last 288 targets. While he lacks an explosive skill set, he'll look to add depth to a young Rams' receiving corp led by Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt.

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Jalin Marshall
Jets' Jalin Marshall: Signed with Jets
Jalin Marshall, WR, DRF
5/3/2016
News: Marshall signed as an undrafted free agent with the Jets on Saturday, Ari Wasserman of Cleveland.com reports.

The Jets were on the phone with Marshall almost immediately after the draft had wrapped up as he was on the team's radar the entirety of the weekend. The versatile Marshall, with a 5-foot-10, 200 pound build, played downs as wide receiver, running back, quarterback, and returner during his two seasons at Ohio State. He'll look to add depth to a solidified Jets receiving corp built around Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, and fellow former-Buckeye Devin Smith.

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Andrew Hawkins
Browns' Andrew Hawkins: Participates in minicamp
Andrew Hawkins, WR, CLE
5/3/2016
News: Hawkins (concussion) took part in April minicamp, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Hawkins missed eight games due to a pair of concussions last season, ultimately landing on injured reserve for the final two weeks. He should be back in the mix for a key role out of the slot, though the Browns did add possible competition for snaps, selecting four wide receivers in the recent draft. Meanwhile, Robert Griffin and Josh McCown are expected to compete for the starting quarterback job.

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Marquise Goodwin
Bills' Marquise Goodwin: May have to beat out Listenbee
Marquise Goodwin, WR, BUF
5/3/2016
News: Goodwin (ribs) could be replaced by sixth-round rookie Kolby Listenbee, The Buffalo News reports.

Though he should be fully recovered from the rib injury that held him out for the majority of last season, Goodwin may miss part of training camp if he qualifies for the upcoming Summer Olympics. Even if he doesn't qualify for Rio, Goodwin will likely be on the roster bubble as he enters the final year of his rookie contract.

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Bralon Addison
Bralon Addison: Signs in Denver after going undrafted
Bralon Addison, WR, DRF
5/3/2016
News: Addison has signed with the Broncos after going undrafted, the Denver Post's Nicki Jhabvala reports.

Addison impressed at Oregon, topping 800 receiving yards in both 2013 and 2015, with 17 receiving touchdowns and three return scores in those two seasons. He missed 2014 with a torn ACL but otherwise enjoyed good health during his college career. Addison hurt his stock in a big way at the combine, running a 4.66 40-yard dash at 5-9, 197 pounds. He'll likely get a look in the slot with Denver, but a job in the return game might represent his best chance to earn a roster spot.

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DeSean Jackson
Redskins' DeSean Jackson: Still a part of team's plans
DeSean Jackson, WR, WAS
5/2/2016
News: Washington GM Scot McCloughan said the team's selection of wide receiver Josh Doctson should not be interpreted as a display of dissatisfaction with Jackson or Pierre Garcon, The Washington Post reports.

With Jackson and Garcon both entering the final year of their respective contracts, Doctson's selection at No. 22 overall led to speculation that one of the veterans might be released. Cutting Garcon would save more money than cutting Jackson, and it also seems the former is less valuable from a pure football standpoint. However, the Redskins have strongly hinted that they plan to keep both players, which would alleviate some of the pressure on Doctson. It's still possible the rookie will push for playing time early on, but he's more of a threat to Garcon and Jamison Crowder than to Jackson.

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