Larry Donnell caught two passes for 26 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Brian Hartline caught five balls for 94 yards in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Hartline entered this one coming off back-to-back goose eggs. He finishes the season with 39 receptions, 474 yards, and two touchdowns. Although Hartline played a lot of snaps in first-year OC Bill Lazor's offense, his passing-game role was deservedly reduced. Owed nearly $6 million in 2015, Hartline seems like a long shot to return to the Dolphins, particularly after the emergence of rookie Jarvis Landry.
Brandon Gibson secured 3-of-7 targets for 27 yards in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Gibson spent most of the 2014 season as the Dolphins' No. 4 receiver behind Mike Wallace, Jarvis Landry, and Brian Hartline. Although Gibson has a place in the league -- he is a functional at multiple receiver positions -- the contract ex-Fins GM Jeff Ireland gave him before 2013 proved to be a major mistake. Owed roughly $3.25 million in 2015, 27-year-old Gibson is a likely offseason salary cap casualty. Expect Gibson to resurface as a No. 3 or 4 wideout elsewhere.
C.J. Spiller rushed five times for 17 yards Week 17 against the Patriots.
Spiller's disastrous contract year ends with a whimper. Spiller finishes 2014 with just 425 total yards and one total score across nine healthy games. Once a big play waiting to happen, Spiller only managed six runs of 10 or more yards in 2014 and only 10 total plays over 10 yards despite touching the ball 97 times. Two years into coach Doug Marrone's and OC Nathanial Hackett's reign in Buffalo, it is clear the duo have no idea how to properly use Spiller, often using him as a between-the-tackles battering ram instead of getting him in the wide open spaces where he thrives. 28 before the 2015 seaosn begins, Spiller needs a change of scenery to jump start his floundering career.
Aaron Rodgers (calf) returned to the Packers' Week 17 game against the Lions midway through the third quarter.
Rodgers ended up missing two series after aggravating his left-calf injury late in the first half. His mobility will be extremely limited on a cold day in Green Bay, but it's a huge boost for a Packers team fighting for a first-round bye. Rodgers departed after staking the Pack to a 14-0 lead, but returns with the scored tied at 14.
Kenny Stills caught 5-of-7 targets for 82 yards in the Saints' Week 17 win over the Bucs.
There was a scary moment when Stills went down with a left-leg injury in the second half, but he ended up missing little, if any, time. A true deep threat as a fifth-round rookie in 2013, Stills displayed a more polished overall skill-set as a sophomore, catching 63 passes for a team-leading 931 yards. Still has the speed to gain consistent separation downfield, but is also a proficient enough route runner to do work at the short-to-intermediate levels. He'll offer WR2 upside in 2015.
Rueben Randle caught six passes for 158 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Randle was one of fantasy's bigger disappointments this season, frustrating owners with one 100-yard game in the first 14 weeks and frustrating the Giants coaches by being late to meetings. But he showed his front-line ability over the final two weeks, going 6-132-1 against the Rams in Week 15 and then doing it again against the Eagles. Randle's 2015 contract-year outlook would be brighter if Victor Cruz (knee) wasn't expected to make a full recovery and operate in two-wide sets with Odell Beckham. They'll still be room for Randle to get his though as OC Ben McAdoo prefers to operate out of a three-wide formation.
Charles Clay secured 5-of-6 targets for 45 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Clay finishes his contract year with 58 receptions for 605 yards and three touchdowns. He battled a knee injury for most of the season and struggled to establish a consistent role in first-year OC Bill Lazor's system. When healthy, Clay is one of the league's most underrated H-back/tight ends. He turns 26 in February. If the Fins let Clay hit the free agent market, he should generate plenty of interest because of his versatility. The Fins would be smarter to "buy low" and lock up Clay for the next few seasons.