Tip Sheet: Wide receiver shuffle
Buyer's market has created a flurry of recent WR trades; more could be on the way
When the premier pass-catcher in NFL history can be traded, as was the case with Jerry Rice (from Oakland to Seattle) in 2004, anything -- or more appropriately, make that just about anybody -- goes.
And when it comes to the wide receiver position, that "anything goes" approach has pretty much been the philosophy under which the league has operated in recent years.
Thirty-one veteran wide receivers have been dealt since the spring of 2006, according to the "NFL Record ...
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