Veteran WRs Drawing Little Interest

Some receivers have cashed in big this offseason, but that’s not the case for everyone. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk hears that there’s currently little or no market for some notable names, including Michael Crabtree and Hakeem Nicks. Meanwhile, there has been no buzz over Reggie Wayne and Wes Welker.

Last week, it was reported that Washington had interest in Crabtree while the Chargers appeared to be a “stronger possibility” for the 49ers free agent. Nicks, 27, hasn’t been on the pages of PFR at all over the past few months after a rather pedestrian season in which he caught 38 passes for 405 yards.

Both Wayne and Welker have said that they plan on playing in 2015, but it sounds like they’ve yet to hear much from teams that want to help facilitate that. Wayne, for his part, sounds open to joining up with another contender after learning that he won’t be welcomed back by the Colts.

Randall Cobb, Jeremy Maclin, and other wide receivers have found riches in the month of March, but several others find themselves still waiting by the phone as April approaches.

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