5. Antonio Gates San Diego
While Gates had a huge game against the Steelers last season on Monday night, let’s not kid ourselves into thinking this is the Gates of 2009 who had 79 catches for 1157 yards and 8 touchdowns. He’s lost a step at age 35, and while maybe he’s out to prove something with another team, there’s no way he should garner anything over a two-year deal from a team. Last season after being suspended the first four weeks, he had a total of 56 catches for 630 yards and five scores. Solid numbers, but again, the Steelers shouldn’t even look at him as a long-term TE solution.
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