2. Ted Ginn
Ted Ginn has had one of the more interesting career arcs in NFL history.
After people booed him relentlessly when he was drafted by the Miami Dolphins, he went on to have a solid first three years in the NFL where he never had less than 400 yards and even once topped 700 yards.
However, that wasn’t enough and he found himself toiling away with the San Francisco 49ers as a backup where he even saw a season where he finished with one solitary yard.
Then he got a chance with the Carolina Panthers and he had more than 500 yards for the first time in five years. After a forgetful year with the Arizona Cardinals, Ginn was back with the Panthers for two more seasons where he combined for nearly 1,500 yards.
Choosing to go to an NFC South rival, Ginn then went to New Orleans for the last three seasons where he slowly developed into a rotational player instead of their true starter.
Now as a free agent, teams aren’t sure what he can do for them but he spent his last three seasons as a starter with over 700 yards, and even as a back up he has averaged around 300 per season.
Those are solid numbers right now and he is probably the safest bet of any of the receivers on this list.