The sixth overall pick in 2011 missed 11 games this season with a foot injury. Roddy White turns 33 next season, so expect Jones to see an even greater role in 2014. If Jones stays healthy for all 16 games, expect similar numbers to what he put up last year, 1,200 yards and 10 TDs.
Vincent Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Like Brandon Marshall, Jackson is one of the few elite receivers that have produced for multiple teams. Jackson, 31, had three 1,000-yard seasons with the Chargers and has followed that up with over 2,500 yards during the last two years in Tampa Bay.
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Andre Johnson - Houston Texans
Since 2009, only Calvin Johnson has more receiving yards that Andre Johnson, who is averaging 92 yards per game over those five seasons. The 11-year veteran turns 33 in July but he has shown very little sign of slowing down. He finished with over 1,500 yards in 2012 and 1,400 yards in 2013. The only knock on Johnson is that he's never had a multiple TD season.
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Josh Gordon - Cleveland Browns
Yes, if you're judging off this past season alone, Gordon should be higher. He was a monster in 2013, catching 87 passes for a league-high 1,646 yards and nine touchdowns. What makes these stats even more impressive is that he missed two games and his quarterbacks were Jason Campbell, Brandon Weeden and Brian Hoyer. The former Baylor standout should quickly work his way up this list over the next few seasons.
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DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 13: Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas #88 of the Denver Broncos in action against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on October 13, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Jaguars 35-19. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
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Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals
We can only imagine how much better Fitzgerald's numbers would be with consistent quarterback play. With Kurt Warner under center, Fitzgerald basically turned in 1,400 yards and double-digit TDs every year. It was not the same with Josh McCown, Matt Leinart, Derek Anderson, John Skelton and Kevin Kolb under center. Regardless, the eight-time Pro Bowler is still one of the league's best.
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Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears
All he has done is record seven consecutive 1,000-yard seasons while playing for three different teams. Since being reunited with Jay Cutler in Chicago, Marshall has been as productive as they come, totaling 2,803 yards and 23 TDs the last two years. Since 2007, only Calvin Johnson has more receiving yards.
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A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
Many would say Green deserves to be second, and that's fair. The No. 2 spot is very debatable. Green and Bryant have each played in 47 games the last three seasons with Green holding a 290-yard receiving advantage while Bryant has caught five more touchdowns. In three playoff games, Green has been limited to 13 catches for 161 yards and no touchdowns.
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Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys
There's no better scoring option at the position. Over the last three seasons, Bryant has caught a league-high 34 TD passes despite being eighth in receiver targets. If Bryant was on a team with fewer receiving options, there's no doubt his already impressive numbers would be even better. As he continues to improve as a route runner, at least 1,200 yards and 10 touchdowns should be expected ever year.
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Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions
There's no doubt that Johnson is the best receiver in the NFL. If he stays healthy long enough, Johnson could go down as the greatest to ever play the position. During his first seven years in the league, Johnson is averaging over 1,300 yards and nine TDs per year. Above all else, the player known as Megatron is one of the only receivers that can still be considered open with two defenders on him.