The Arizona Cardinals expressed interest in free-agent wide receivers Braylon Edwards and Malcom Floyd, who ended up signing with other teams.
Steve Breaston, one of last year's starting receivers, signed with Kansas City, prompting speculation the Cardinals would make a move to replace him.
The team did, but coaches don't seem to view the position as the serious weakness critics do.
Andre Roberts is the starter opposite Larry Fitzgerald for now, with Early Doucet pushing him. Max Komar and Stephen Williams played a little last year as rookies, and DeMarco Sampson, a seventh-round pick this year, has looked good in camp.
With Kevin Kolb at quarterback, whoever becomes Arizona's starter opposite Fitzgerald could be worth monitoring. The Arizona offense has gone from being a joke to being respectable.