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5 Best Wide Receiver Groups Following 2024 NFL Draft

The 2024 NFL Draft saw many teams improve at the wide receiver position.

After three days of action, all players have been selected and teams know where they stand heading into the season. There will be plenty more moves to be made but as of now, the groups of wide receivers have improved for many teams.

Below, take a look at the five best rooms following the draft.

5. Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles have one of the best receiving duos in the league — and they both re-signed this offseason. The Eagles officially made A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith part of the plan for years to come. There is a proven track record for Philadelphia and it is only going to continue with this duo on the outside.

4. Seattle Seahawks

The duo of Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf have been together for six years now. Last year, the Seahawks threw Jaxon Smith-Njigba into the mix and he has a chance to be one of the great receivers in the league. There is plenty of like about the Seahawks on the outside.

3. Minnesota Vikings

It is hard to argue against a receiving core that features the best in the league. Justin Jefferson missed time last season with an injury but remains at the top of the league in terms of pass catchers. The Vikings were in need of another weapon across Jefferson and drafted Jordan Addison in the first round. Kirk Cousins might be gone but Minnesota has plenty of weapons for J.J. McCarthy to work with.

2. Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins already had an elite receiving duo and added Odell Beckham Jr. this offseason. Will this move be effective? It has a chance to be because there is not a lot of pressure for Beckham. He can enjoy Miami and be a fourth or fifth weapon overall. On the outside, Tyreek Hill returns as one of the greats. He thrived in Mike McDaniel’s offense last season. Jaylen Waddle provides that extra speed on the outside across from Hill.

1. Chicago Bears

This might be a hot take and no, it is not a mistake to see the Bears at the top of a list. Ryan Poles made sure that his rookie quarterback would come into the franchise with plenty of weapons. Last year, the Bears traded the first-overall pick to the Carolina Panthers in a deal that included D.J. Moore. they landed Keenan Allen in a trade this offseason and completed the trifecta by drafting Washington WR Rome Odunze. These are three legitimate pass catchers that have a chance to put up a lot of points for Chicago.


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