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How many receivers can quarterback Tony Romo please? That's yet to be determined, but the smart money says the Oklahoma State product will get his fair share this season. Bryant brings plenty of baggage and a year's worth of rust to camp, but he is far too talented to stay on the sideline—after all, the team assigned him Drew Pearson's and Michael Irvin's number 88.
49 Nate WASHINGTON TITANS
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Being the No. 1 receiver in Tennessee is equivalent to being a mutt at a dog show: He's not going to get many looks. Such was the case for Washington, whose numbers last year were comparable to his stats in 2008—when he was the No. 3 receiver in Pittsburgh. That doesn't figure to change this season with Vince Young starting and the more-classic passer Kerry Collins on the bench.
50 Josh MORGAN 49ERS