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Top 3 Landing Spots for Mike Evans in Free Agency 2024

Top 3 Landing Spots for Mike Evans in Free Agency 2024

Top 3 Landing Spots for Mike Evans in Free Agency 2024


Mike Evans leads the cycle despite being older than some of the other elite wide receivers who will be available for free agency, such as Tee Higgins and Michael Pittman Jr. After concluding the regular season with 1,255 yards and 13 touchdowns over 79 receptions, Mike Evans is coming off a 1,000-yard season for the tenth time in his ten years in the NFL. This adds to his career total of 11,680 yards and 94 touchdowns over 762 receptions. Evans should be pursued by a number of teams in free agency, despite his age of thirty.


#3. Kansas City Chiefs

Regarding drops and the necessity for dependable receivers, the Chiefs fit that description. The Chiefs have 44 losses, but Patrick Mahomes is a fantastic quarterback who can elevate the talent around him, which is why the team is in the playoffs. Even so, he will require additional support from his receivers moving ahead, so adding a veteran like Mike Evans is ideal.


#2. New York Giants

Big choices need to be made in New York, like whether to resign Saquon Barkley and what to do with Daniel Jones. Barkley has a significant impact, but that is a subject for a different free agent prediction piece. Rather, a lot of it is related to the quarterback situation since both Jones and the youngster need assistance at wide out. With 2,886 passing yards, the Giants were second to lowest and had a 5.1% drop percentage. Although Darius Slayton, Wan'Dale Robinson, and Jalin Hyatt as a group didn't exactly work out in 2023, having a dependable, seasoned player like Evans would be beneficial.


#1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Evans has been producing consistently for ten years, so there's no doubt the Buccaneers are interested in having him return. Evans was a key member of the team's core both before and after Tom Brady joined. Although Baker Mayfield is having a strong season and may be re-signed by the Buccaneers, a big portion of his output is dependent on Evans' dependability. It makes sense for the Buccaneers to keep him in Tampa Bay because he is one of the greatest players in team history.

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