Top 10 free agent wide receivers of 2014 off-season


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In my opinion the Cincinnati Bengals should loom to the draft if they want to add another weapon to their receiving core. There are always sleepers late in the draft that usually surpass the expectations. But if the Bengals feel they need someone with a little experience, along with useful skills, there are some players on this top 10 list that are worth reaching for.

As mentioned in the draft WR column, Cincinnati would really benefit from having a hybrid receiver. Dexter McCluster would be an ideal fit for the Bengals. The fifth year receiver has been used as a return man as well. There is no question the Cincinnati Bengals could use a few punts/kicks returned for touchdowns. McCluster can give them just that. The former Kansas City Chief combined for 1,197 yards, receiving and returning in 2013. Dexter also took back two of his punt returns for a touchdown. If used in a high-octane style of offense McCluster could be a huge x-factor, and the team who is lucky enough to add his talent to their roster will reap all benefits.

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