There are many WR's and CB's in Free Agency this year that could drastically improve the 2 worst positions on our team. Here is a look at a few relatively cheap options. Some of these are Free Agents, and some are possible Cap casualties on their team.
Mohamed Massaquoi- Massaquoi hasn't played the way the Browns would have wanted him to when they drafted him 4 years ago, they are expected to let him go due to a lackluster 4 seasons. Massaquoi however, has the talent to be a very reliable option in the NFL, especially in the redzone, just maybe not with the Browns. He will be cheap.
Anquan Boldin- As it stands, the Ravens are 5 million over their Cap, and that's before resigning Flacco for an estimated 20 million. They are going to have Cap casualties, and Anquan Boldin may very well end up being one, despite being a very vital part to the Ravens playoff run. Let's face it, Anquan Boldin is a TE playing Wide Reciever, any team would love to have him.
Brandon Loyd- Loyd underachieved in New England, however, New England doesn't know how to use a receiver like Loyd. Loyd won't be as big a name as he was last year, but that's exactly why I think we should sign him.
Denario Alexander- Alexander is an explosive guy that was under-utilized in St. Louis. He could make a very reliable #2.
Champ Bailey- Champ Bailey is expected to be be a possible Cap casualty. He was rated as the 10th best corner in 2012.
Aquib Talib- Talib was New England's best corner this year, and it was obvious that he was gone when he got injured in the AFC championship. Talib may or may not be resigned by the Pats, we should keep an eye on him.
Nnamdi Asomugha- Yet another possible cap casualty. He hasn't had the best year, but could do well in Miami with some confidence.
Sheldon Brown- Brown is a pretty good cover corner and would add a lot to our secondary. He may or may not be resigned.