Brice Butler caught one pass for six yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss at Denver.
Butler appeared in 15 games for the Raiders, but never got a real chance to play significant snaps. He finished with 21-280-2 in his second NFL season. We wouldn't give up on this kid in deep Dynasty formats though, as he's flashed difference-making ability in preseason games. Butler goes 6'3/210 with sub-4.4 speed.
Roddy White caught 8-of-12 targets for 104 yards in the Falcons' Week 17 loss to the Panthers.
He also ended up losing a critical fumble, however, leading to a four-yard Cam Newton rushing touchdown on the following play. After posting six consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, White has now failed to top the mark in back-to-back years as he's battled numerous nagging injuries at 33 years old. His 2014 ends with 80 grabs for 921 yards and seven touchdowns. White is still a fine No. 2 receiver and WR3, but he's clearly on the downslope of his career. The Falcons just signed White a new four-year deal back in July, so he'll return for another season opposite Julio Jones.
Robert Meachem caught his lone target for 16 yards in the Saints' Week 17 win over the Bucs.
Active only 11 times this season, Meachem caught seven passes for 114 yards. Currently unsigned for 2015, Meachem will turn 31 in September.
Josh Hill wasn't targeted in the Saints' Week 17 win over the Bucs.
A second-year undrafted free agent out of Idaho State, Hill closes the book on his sophomore campaign the owner of a 14/176/5 line. He should have a roster spot for 2015.
Ben Watson caught 2-of-2 targets for 18 yards in the Saints' Week 17 win over the Bucs.
Even with Jimmy Graham fighting through a shoulder injury for the majority of the season, Watson ended up with just 20 catches. Now 34, Waton's $1.2 million salary for 2015 makes him likely to be cut by a team with serious cap issues.
Andre Holmes caught two passes for 10 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss at Denver.
Holmes was a worthy waiver add following Rod Streater's early-season foot injury. The size/speed freak showed his natural ability with a 5-74-1 line in Week 4 and a 4-121-2 outburst in Week 6. But Holmes proved very inconsistent and inefficient, two things that you can't have when opportunities are already capped by the Raiders offense. When the dust settled, Holmes' big chance ended with 47-693-4. He'll head to free agency as a big-play threat flier.
Philly Brown caught one pass for 28 yards in the Panthers' Week 17 win over the Falcons.
On a day where Cam Newton and the offense didn't have to do much, Brown's 28 yards receiving led the team. He also rushed two times for 41 yards, taking one end-around 28 yards up the left side and completely fooling Atlanta's joke of a defense. Brown will serve as Carolina's No. 3 receiver next week at home when the No. 4 seed Panthers host the No. 5 seed Cardinals.
Nick Toon caught 1-of-2 targets for 24 yards in the Saints' Week 17 win over the Bucs.
The No. 122 pick of the 2012 draft, Toon caught 17 passes for 215 yards this season after injuries helped limit him to four total grabs through his first two years in the league. Signed for an affordable $660,000, Toon should be back to close out his rookie contract in 2015, but there's no guarantee he'll be in for any sort of a role. Toon's outlook would brighten if the Saints decided to move on from Marques Colston's $6.9 million salary.