2013 White Wide Receivers

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  1. The Sapient

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    Some of you may personally feel that we are currently fighting a losing battle, since sometimes it may feel that no progress has been made towards our cause.
    But let's not forget that since the year 2003, we have seen the re-emergence of successful white skilled position athletes. Examples include a white RB running over 1,000 yards, many white WRs topping 1,000 yards, all around white athletic TEs revolutionizing the TE position, white DEs leading in sacks, white ball hawking pro-bowl safeties, and even a white converted QB who played corner back for a short span in 2011.)
    Yes, it is widely accepted here that the changes are not signifcant enough to impact the fixed mindset of the masses, but I am sure we can all agree that the last three consecutive years have been more productive towards our cause than any 3 consecutive years within the last 25 years.
    Just to put it in layman's terms, I'm glad it's the year 2013 & not the year 2003 or the year 1993.
    Anyhow, before the 2013 version of the white purging begins, here's a list of White NFL wide receivers who are currently signed on with a team.
    I currently listed 39 players, maybe there's a few more I'd missed. Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

    Arizona Cardinals - Ryan Swoope
    Atlanta Falcons - Tim Toone, Cody Pearcy
    Baltimore Ravens -
    Buffalo Bills - Chris Hogan
    Carolina Panthers -
    Chicago Bears - Josh Lenz
    Cincinnati Bengals - Ryan Whalen, Dane Sanzenbacher
    Cleveland Browns -
    Dallas Cowboys - Danny Coale, Cole Beasley
    Denver Broncos - Wes Welker, Eric Decker
    Detroit Lions - Cody Wilson, Kris Durham
    Green Bay Packers - Jordy Nelson
    Houston Texans - Jeff Maehl
    Indianapolis Colts - Austin Collie, Griff Whalen
    Jacksonville Jaguars - Jordan Shipley, Cole McKenzie
    Kansas City Cheifs - Devon Wylie, Tyler Shoemaker
    Miami Dolphins - Brian Hartline, Tyler Stockemer
    Minnesota Vikings -
    New England Patriots - Danny Amendola, Julian Edelman, TJ Moe
    New Orleans Saints - Brent Leonard
    New York Giants -
    New York Jets - Mike Shanahan, Zach Rodgers
    Oakland Raiders - Connor Veron, Sam Mcguffie (WR/RB)
    Philadelphia Eagles - Riley Cooper, Aaron Pflugrad, Mckay Jacobson, Greg Sales
    Pittsburgh Steelers - Might have a local kid on the practice squad
    San Diego Chargers - Luke Tasker
    San Francisco 49ers - Chad Hall
    Seattle Seahawks -
    St. Louis Rams -
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers -
    Tennessee Titans - Marc Mariani, Kevin Walter
    Washington Redskins -
    Free Agents & Updates -
    Brandon Stokley (may re-sign with Broncos)
    Greg Camarillo (cut last season by Saints)
    Blair White (cut last season by Colts)
    Kerry Mier (recently cut by the Falcons, currently a free agent)
    Jeremy Ebert (recently cut by the Patriots, currently a free agent)
    Anthony Gonzalez (cut last season during camp by the Patriots, enrolled back in school)
     
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    Andy Tanner for the Saints, and I think Connor Dixon might be with the Steelers still, not sure. He was the tall kid with 4.4 speed, former qb.
     
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    UFA Ryan Spadola (Lehigh) is on the New York Jets Roster.
     
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    You're absolutely right! That makes 41!
     
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    Thanks guys! 42!

    Arizona Cardinals - Ryan Swoope
    Atlanta Falcons - Tim Toone, Cody Pearcy
    Baltimore Ravens -
    Buffalo Bills - Chris Hogan
    Carolina Panthers -
    Chicago Bears - Josh Lenz
    Cincinnati Bengals - Ryan Whalen, Dane Sanzenbacher
    Cleveland Browns -
    Dallas Cowboys - Danny Coale, Cole Beasley
    Denver Broncos - Wes Welker, Eric Decker
    Detroit Lions - Cody Wilson, Kris Durham
    Green Bay Packers - Jordy Nelson
    Houston Texans - Jeff Maehl
    Indianapolis Colts - Austin Collie, Griff Whalen
    Jacksonville Jaguars - Jordan Shipley, Cole McKenzie
    Kansas City Cheifs - Devon Wylie, Tyler Shoemaker
    Miami Dolphins - Brian Hartline, Tyler Stockemer
    Minnesotta Vikings -
    New England Patriots - Danny Amendola, Julian Edelman, TJ Moe
    New Orleans Saints - Brent Leonard, Andy Tanner
    New York Giants -
    New York Jets - Mike Shanahan, Zach Rodgers, Ryan Spadola
    Oakland Raiders - Connor Veron, Sam Mcguffie (WR/RB)
    Philadelphia Eagles - Riley Cooper, Aaron Pflugrad, Mckay Jacobson, Greg Sales
    Pittsburgh Steelers - Connor Dixon
    San Diego Chargers - Luke Tasker
    San Francisco 49ers - Chad Hall
    Seattle Seahawks -
    St. Louis Rams -
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers -
    Tennessee Titans - Marc Mariani, Kevin Walter
    Washington Redskins-
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    There are roughly four or five times as many White receivers now as there were in the 1990s, and there are a lot more good White tight ends now. Also significantly more White defensive stars than in the '90s and first half of the '00s.

    Whites love football and are far and away the best football players. The Caste System is a crime, but what about our society isn't? Whites get screwed from every institution in every way, the uptick in star White players is in spite of the best designs of the ruling Cultural Marxist dictatorship.

    Whites will continue to play football and excel at it, and the black talent pool will continue to decline. If just 10 or 20 percent of Whites would wake up and realize that the current system -- in spite of having so many "Whites" seemingly at the controls -- is all about replacing them, the Caste System will fall. Keep the faith.
     
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    Stockemer was cut by Miami.
    Their receivers are so awesome they have no need for a 6'4" 4.5 homerun threat with a 40" vertical.
     
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    Brandon Kaufman, the tall receiver out of Eastern Washington, is in camp with the Buffalo Bills.

    Josh Cooper is still with the Cleveland Browns I think.

    Bryan Walters is with the Seahawks (where he has no chance). So is Charly Martin.

    David Douglas is with the Tampa Bay Bucs.

    Dan DePalma is with the Chargers apparently.

    I'm sure there are a few more but most of these guys will be cut so I won't depress myself searching for them.
     
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    Nice thread!

    Brett Swain...Seahawks
    Joe Hastings...49ers

    Still can't believe Connor Vernon nor Brandon Kaufman were drafted...
     
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    Unfortunately Stockemer got hurt so it became a fait accompli that he would be cut. Hopefully he's not seriously hurt and can catch on at some other camp.
     
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    Hardly. Here are the guys that will definitely be there in the fall, they are under contract:

    Jordy Nelson
    Eric Decker
    Brian Hartline
    Wes Welker
    Danny Amendola
    Kris Durham
    Kevin Walter
    Cole Beasley
    Devon Wylie
    Jordan Shipley
    ...and that's it.

    Here's the guys that will PROBABLY be in the mix this season:

    Ryan Swope
    Riley Cooper
    Griff Whalen
    Brandon Stokley

    That's 14 players, less than 10% of the wide receivers out there. Everything else is up in the air. Austin Collie is a free agent and most likely out of the league.

    There is a bit of a silver lining. Some of our guys have been very productive in their careers so far, much more so than anyone in the 90's or early 2000's
     
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    Great thread. This is the kind of news we need to hear because so much of what we talk about is negative. It wears you down after a while and makes us feel like we are fighting a losing battle. I agree with Don that we need to continue to fight to wake up more of the dwf's. It can and will happen but not without hard work.

    The Denver Broncos could be a team to help continue to promote change. They will have Eric Decker, and Wes Welker tearing up every secondary out there on the way to a possible super bowl. They also will probably resign Stokley and then you have 2 or 3 white tightends on that team two. The Pats will still use Edelman and now Amendola so it won't be too bad.

    I really want to see Philly continue to get whiter on offense and they are moving in the right direction.

    AZ will fall in love wih Swope and Fitzgerald is an excellent teacher to help him adjust to the NFL. His hopes look a lot better with Carson Palmer to get him the ball.

    I'm hoping Jordy Nelson can remain healthy and lead the nfl in receiving. No doubt that he has all the talent in the world!
     
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    I'm interested to see how TJ Moe does at New England. I think he has a real shot there.

    Moe has everything you want in a receiver except long speed. He's a prototypical slot receiver.

    I can see him spending time on the practice squad and getting a shot in case of injury or next season.

    With the departure of Wes Welker the Patriots will be looking for a reliable slot receiver for the long term. Moe could fill the bill.
     
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    As of 5/18/2013, here's the latest update: Arizona Cardinals - Ryan Swoope
    Atlanta Falcons - Tim Toone, Cody Pearcy
    Baltimore Ravens -
    Buffalo Bills - Chris Hogan, Brandon Kaufman
    Carolina Panthers -
    Chicago Bears - Josh Lenz
    Cincinnati Bengals - Ryan Whalen, Dane Sanzenbacher
    Cleveland Browns - Josh Cooper
    Dallas Cowboys - Danny Coale, Cole Beasley
    Denver Broncos - Wes Welker, Eric Decker
    Detroit Lions - Cody Wilson, Kris Durham
    Green Bay Packers - Jordy Nelson
    Houston Texans - Jeff Maehl
    Indianapolis Colts - Griff Whalen
    Jacksonville Jaguars - Jordan Shipley, Cole McKenzie
    Kansas City Cheifs - Devon Wylie, Tyler Shoemaker
    Miami Dolphins - Brian Hartline,
    Minnesotta Vikings -
    New England Patriots - Danny Amendola, Julian Edelman, TJ Moe
    New Orleans Saints - Brent Leonard, Andy Tanner
    New York Giants -
    New York Jets - Mike Shanahan, Zach Rodgers, Ryan Spadola
    Oakland Raiders - Connor Veron, Sam Mcguffie (WR/RB)
    Philadelphia Eagles - Riley Cooper, Aaron Pflugrad, Mckay Jacobson, Greg Sales
    Pittsburgh Steelers - Connor Dixon
    San Diego Chargers - Luke Tasker, Dan DePalma
    San Francisco 49ers - Chad Hall, Joe Hastings
    Seattle Seahawks - Bryan Walters, Charly Martin, Brett Swain
    St. Louis Rams -
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - David Douglas
    Tennessee Titans - Marc Mariani, Kevin Walter
    Washington Redskins-

    Whether they are starting, warming the bench, on special teams, or playing their hearts out on the practice squad, as of 5/18/2013, there are currently 48 White NFL Receivers reporting to a team. 26/32 teams have at least one White Wide Receiver.
     
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    Free Agents & Updates -
    Austin Collie (recently waived by the Indianapolis Colts due to injury)
    Tyler Stockemer (recently waived by the Miami Dolphins due to injury) Brandon Stokley (may re-sign with Broncos)
    Greg Camarillo (cut last season by Saints)
    Blair White (cut last season by Colts)
    Kerry Mier (recently cut by the Falcons, currently a free agent)
    Jeremy Ebert (recently cut by the Patriots, currently a free agent)
    Anthony Gonzalez (cut last season during camp by the Patriots, enrolled back in school)
     
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    Unfortunately I could see as few as 10 of them making teams (not counting practice squaders) -- Welker, Decker, Nelson, Shipley, Wylie, Hartline, Amendola, Edelman or Moe, Walter, and Vernon. And Vernon and Wylie are far from sure things, and Walter is near the end of his career. I'll root for all 48, but every year there are a number of deserving White receivers who never get the opportunity they deserve. It's a lot like safety, a fair amount of Whites on the fringes of rosters but usually getting few or no opportunities.
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    Not trying to be negative but revisit this thread after the annual white purge in August. 80% of these guys are more than likely going to be cut. The only good part is that later in the season is that some are able to catch on with teams due to injury.
     
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    I dont know, these are the guys from last year (some have been in for more then a few years) that managed to hang around. I think we see a good deal of the first year guys go practice squads.
    Tim Toone, Ryan Whalen, Dane Sanzenbacher, Josh Cooper, Danny Coale, Cole Beasely, Kris Durham, Jeff Maehl, Griff and Ryan Whalen, Devon Wylie, Andy Tanner, Riley Cooper, Aaron Pflugrad, Connor Dixon, Chad Hall, Charly Martin, Brett Swain, Marc Mariani have all managed to hang around, some with actual regular season play like Josh Cooper, Beasely, Wylie, Mariani, Riley Cooper.

    Then the obvious Welker, Nelson, Decker, Hartline, Amendola, Shipley and Walter.

    Then there are guys like Swope and Moe that might make an immediate impact. I think realistically, we have a shot at seeing 5 to 6 White guys get 1k. Then again that number could likely be 0 if Welker and Decker cut into each other's receptions and fall just short of 1k, Amendola doesn't stay healthy and Hartline is inconsistent, Swope doesn't get a real shot and Nelson continues to have nagging hamstring issues. It will be interesting to see what Chip Kelly does with all of those White receivers, it seems like Philly has been hoarding a bunch every year and again have the most this year with 4.

    Great to see Tyler Shoemaker on a team

    I think thats pretty good considering the uphill battle our guys have to face just to get into the league, not to mention the battle they have to face to stay in the league, thats 48 guys that have been put into the league over the years, only one of them being drafted high ( Nelson), if you wanted consider 3rd round high then Decker, but I don't think its high. There are about 25 to 30 black wide receivers drafted every year, with more getting shots as UDFA's, probably well over 48 new faces each year when you consider UDFA's, I think the only notable black udfa wr is Victor Cruz. Probably about 10 black wide receivers drafted high every year, there is usually a run on them in the 2nd round. Only 16 blacks had 1k last season, very low number compared to how many are put in the league year after year. 3 Whites. An UDFA led the way, followed by a 4th round pick and a 3rd round pick. Considering the circumstances, that is pretty high.
     
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    Jeremy Ebert to the Jags. Not likely he'll make the team, but if Shipley has an injury problem he could have a shot.
    Also, with Crabtree likely now out for the year for the 49ers, Chad Hall's chances to make the team might have increased.
     
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    Found another one, Andrew Helmick on the Rams.
     
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    Dolphins sign Joe Hastings.
     
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    One more, Andy Cruse on the Texans.
     
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    Found some more guys on Ourlads. Brenton Bersin on the Panthers, Alex Gillett, converted QB on Packers, and Adam Thielen on Vikings.
    Perhaps more important, Lions cut Brian Robiske today, giving Kris Durham a better chance of making the team.
     
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    With Danario Alexander now out for the year for the Chargers, this might give Dan Dapalma an outside chance to make the team.
     
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    Yeah I thought that would happen for Andy Tanner with The Saints having Joe Morgan going down but then they signed washed up Steve Breaston, this is when the competition for the last spots was already intense before Morgan was injured.
     

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