Which receiver will have biggest impact on new team?

NFL Total Access banged on one of the biggest themes of the offseason Thursday, discussing which wide receiver who has changed teams will have the biggest impact in 2010. The list of top-flight receivers in new places — one way or another — is an impressive one: Anquan Boldin (Ravens), Brandon Marshall (Dolphins), Antonio Bryant (Bengals), Santonio Holmes (Jets) and Donte¬†Stallworth (Ravens).

And that’s ignoring Nate Burleson (Lions) and Torry Holt (Patriots).

Guest analyst Mushin Muhammad chose Boldin off the list, based on the talent he’ll be surrounded by in Baltimore. Rod Woodson likes Bryant, because of the fact he’ll be working against No. 2 cornerbacks due to the presence of Chad Ochocinco. Solomon Wilcots put his money (not literally) on Marshall, who he says will put up “eye-popping” numbers.

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