Found August 06, 2012 on Football Nation:
Every training camp has standouts and wash outs. Training camps this season are no different with a hundred reports going one way and a hundred more going the other on the same topic. One of those positions is wide receiver, players can rise and fall after just one practice. There are a number of factors that can contribute to the rise or demise of a receiver, injuries, a breakout camp standout, or just reporting out of shape can all lead to a falling stock. Even though we are still early in training camps there is no shortage of rising and falling stocks at the wide receiver position. RISERS: Players who are starting to move up on our draft boards. Antonio Brown: It seems fitting to start off with one of the more obvious options in Antonio Brown. Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh's number one receiver, is currently in a holdout that doesn't seem to have a near finish line in sight. The Steelers believe in Brown and showed that already this offseason by extending him for five-y...
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