By the time the Jacksonville Jaguars and Los Angeles Rams likely apply their franchise tags to Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins, respectively, they'll join the Miami Dolphins, who already hitched their one-year tender to Jarvis Landry, in effectively removing the top three wideouts from the market.
But it's not all doom and gloom for clubs seeking veteran WR reinforcements. At this time last season, few expected Marquise Goodwin, Robert Woods and Ted Ginn to provide as much or more production than free-agent headliners such as Alshon Jeffery, Terrelle Pryor and Pierre Garcon.
Yet, just as the draft in recent seasons has yielded better results for clubs selecting receivers on Day 2 than on Day 1, there's a chance the biggest catches from this year's free-agent WR market won't necessarily be the biggest names.
With that in mind, PFW continues its series on the most interesting free agents at every position with a look at 5 wideouts not named Landry, Robinson or Watkins who might be flying under the radar now but en route to banner 2018 campaigns.
1. Terrelle Pryor
Things couldn't have gone worse in his one-and-done season in Washington, where Pryor managed only 20-240-1 receiving and never entered Jay Gruden's and Kirk Cousins' circle of trust. But the soon-to-be 29-year-old didn't suddenly lose the unique size (6-foot-4) and speed (4.4 40-yard dash) that helped him become a 1,000-yard wideout in his first full season playing the position in 2016 with the Browns, either.
Pryor, who reportedly turned down multi-year offers — including one to remain in Cleveland — for a one-year prove-it deal, might just need another change of scenery to pick up where he left off two years ago. He certainly appears to need an offense that won't ask him to do much dirty work inside in traffic but instead allows him to use his straight-line speed and leaping ability. If not a return to Cleveland, which many expect, would possibly landing with the Chicago Bears or Baltimore Ravens help unlock Pryor's vast upside?