It is going to be a tough decision and it keeps getting tougher and tougher the more games we play in the pre-season. There are four receivers that have already locked in their spots: Vincent Jackson, Malcom Floyd, Patrick Crayton and rookie Vincent Brown.
Tutu and Washington have a resume that goes back to last season. They both had big moments on the team last year, but they have been quiet this pre-season. Washington has been sidelined with a knee injury and won’t be able to get on the field till the middle of September. Tutu has had a good camp, but has been invisible during the pre-season games.
Then we have the receivers that are making noise during the pre-season.
Bryan Walters started out the year with a 103 yard kickoff return and then had a terrific showing on Saturday night and scored the game winning touchdown. He is quickly becoming a fan favorite and he is making it difficult for the decision makers to leave him off the roster.
Richard Goodman has shown that he can handle the kickoff return duties and will be a spark on those special teams. He has played well this early season and is challenging for a spot.
Who do you think makes the cut?