5. Andre Holmes, WR Oakland Raiders
A forgotten man in Oakland, the Raiders loss could be the Texans gain. Wide receiver Andre Holmes is just one season away from a 47 reception, 693 yards and four score campaing. He had just 14 receptions in 2015, but still proved his worth as he hauled in four touchdown catches despite his limited targets.
At 6-foot-four and 210 pounds Holmes has amazing size and at just 27-years old he could give the team a potential upgrade over Nate Washington, who will be 33-years old when the 2016 season kicks off.
Undrafted out of small-school Hillsdale College in Michigan, Holmes bounced from the Minnesota Vikings to the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots before finally finding his home since 2013 in Oakland.
It took him a few years to develop into the player he showed he could be with his 2014 season, but could come in very cheap considering his lack of numbers from this past season.
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