3. Braxton Berrios, WR, NY Jets
The Jets have the deepest wide receiver corps they've had in years. The likes of Corey Davis, Keelan Cole, and Elijah Moore were added in the offseason to join the returning Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims, and Braxton Berrios.
There's a lot of competition in that receiver room. Unfortunately, there might not be spots for everyone.
Davis, Cole, Crowder (more on him in a moment), Moore, and Mims all figure to play a role in the Jets offense. The wide receiver position will feature plenty of rotating, but it could be difficult to get everyone snaps.
That's why someone like Braxton Berrios could be on the outside looking in.
Berrios impressed this spring, but his role with the team is undefined. The Jets have an abundance of slot receiver depth and Berrios doesn't have the ability to play on the outside.
Crowder, Moore, and Cole can all play in the slot. While Moore and Cole can also play outside, the Jets certainly don't need to have Berrios on the roster.
His role as the team's punt returner could also be in jeopardy too with Cole, Moore, and rookie running back Michael Carter all fielding punts this summer as well.
Berrios is a luxury the Jets don't need. That doesn't mean they should give him away for nothing. But if some team comes calling with a reasonable offer, the Jets might just bite.