2. Kamar Aiken
If it wasn’t for a disappointing 2016 campaign with the Baltimore Ravens, there’s a good chance wide receiver Kamar Aiken would have been signed at the beginning of free agency. Instead, Aiken is still in search of finding his new home for the 2017 season, but the good news is there are plenty of teams still in need of help at the wide receiver position.
Aiken seemed to be a wideout on the rise for the Ravens as a reliable weapon for Joe Flacco following a successful season in 2015 after catching 75 passes for 944 yards to go along with five touchdowns. But unfortunately Aiken took a major step back last season after only catching 29 passes for 328 yards with only one trip into the end zone in 14 games.
Even if there still seems to be a chance of Aiken returning to Baltimore, all signs point to him joining a new team for the 2017 season, especially when looking at the numerous teams that have already expressed interest. As mentioned before when discussing Anquan Boldin, the Los Angeles Rams still need plenty of help at wide receiver since Tavon Austin and Robert Woods can only do so much on their own.
Aiken showed potential once before, and if the Rams weren’t one of the teams already showing interest in the wideout, they may want to reconsider.