The assumption is Antonio Brown would take over Wallace's role as the No. 1 receiver. But in my two of days at camp, Emmanuel Sanders was the one who stood out the most. Roethlisberger's best deep throws went to Sanders, and the quarterback was in a better rhythm with Sanders on crossing routes. This is a big year for Sanders, who will be a free agent after the season.
Brown has had a better career thus far, but Sanders could surprise and make this more of a WR1 and WR1a situation in the Pittsburgh passing game. With Wallace gone, both players are nice picks, but Sanders comes at a reduced price in the 9th-11th rounds.