Los Angeles Chargers: Mike Williams
Early on in his career, Mike Williams was leaning towards the bust label after catching just 11 passes for 95 yards as a rookie in 10 games, although the wideout deserved some benefit of the doubt after previously dealing with a back injury.
Luckily, Williams bounced back in one of the strongest ways possible in 2018 after finding the end zone 10 times, and even set career highs last season by catching 49 passes for 1,001 yards.
Assuming this trend continues for Williams, it’s only a matter of time before the former Clemson standout earns himself a hefty new contract, whether it happens to be with the Chargers or someone else.
As mentioned before with some other players in a similar situation entering the final year of their contract, the NFL has seen numerous players get traded before someone’s contract is up due to the belief they are going to be too expensive to keep around down the road.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that Los Angeles isn’t interested in making sure Williams is still around beyond 2020, but the wideout is another player Philadelphia should welcome with open arms if the opportunity presented itself.
With his playmaking abilities, just imagine how much easier Wentz’s job would be with a deep threat like Williams to rely on.