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Name's that stand out to me are Austin Hooper, he would be a significant upgrade to Eric Ebron imo. 

 

Jack Conklin, even if Castonzo decides not to retire. Can never have too much quality oline depth and the kid is good. 

 

Any of the edge defenders that may hit FA, tho that's the least likely position, probably along with QB. 

 

Robby Anderson would be a great field stretcher opposite TY Hilton. It would be really hard for teams to defend TY and Robby mid-to-deep while Campbell, Doyle, and Hooper wreaked havoc underneath. 

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OFFENSE:

 

Melvin Gordon, Chargers RB--- He's the type of rb that could really help us. He runs hard and can catch as good as a WR.

 

Emmanuel Sanders, San Francisco 49ers WR-- Fast and strong, really looks good for SF. Would be a major upgrade.

 

Hunter Henry, Chargers-- IMO the best TE available. Major upgrade over the 2019 Ebron. Paired with Doyal we'd have a great TE on every play.

 

DEFENSE

 

Dante Fowler Jr., Los Angeles Rams DE-  Reminds me of a young Houston, a huge sack force.

 

Leonard Williams, New York Giants DT-- Been a bit of a disappointment, but he's young, quick and talented.

 

Chris Harris Jr., Broncos CB- getting up in age, so a 3 year deal would be the max. Shut down corner..

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