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In his fourth season with Philadelphia, Avant elevated himself from special-teamer to No. 3 receiver, and the Eagles rewarded him with an $18 million contract ($8 million guaranteed). That deal may have solidified his job security, but it won't necessarily get him the ball. With DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, Brent Celek and LeSean McCoy in this offense, Avant must wait his turn.
67 Chaz SCHILENS RAIDERS
BYE WEEK: 10
[SLEEPER PICK] A late arrival in 2009 due to a surgically repaired foot, Schilens was Oakland's most consistent receiver in the final two months (including a 99-yard effort in Week 17). His 6' 4" size gives him red zone potential, and he possesses the same big-play ability as the team's other young wideouts. With the upgrade at quarterback to Jason Campbell, Schilens is one to consider late.
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