The unit, as a whole, needs help. Jeremy Maclin is also in the midst of a contract year, and coming off a serious injury, it remains to be seen if the team wants to give him his money. They should add through draft and free agency. Jason Avant is on the down side of his time here, and Riley Cooper, even with his resurgence at the arm of Nick Foles, is not good enough. Imagine Kelly’s offense with weapons? How about a dangerous receiver with size that can be a threat in the red zone? Speed can be replaced with fresh legs in the draft. Experience will come through free agency.
Both sides of the ball need help, but two new receivers will be top priority as Kelly looks towards 2014.
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