Quick fixes rarely land big catch

For teams seeking No. 1 target, patience and sound judgment are important virtues

Originally Published: March 11, 2010
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

Pity the teams in desperate need of wide receivers.

Finding a No. 1 receiver may not be as hard as finding an elite quarterback, but the mission certainly adds peculiar colors to general managers -- either gray hairs or pink slips. Each place a general manager turns -- whether it's free agency, the trade market or draft -- he finds dangers.

So what is the best way to find a top receiver?

Obviously, the best way is through the draft. Being patient with a drafted receiver and developing ...

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