Probably long shots but, IMO counting on Amendola is unrealistic at this point. Wouldn't rule either of these out as possibilities.
1. WR Hakeem Nicks, New York Giants – Nicks is in the final year of his contract. Although the Giants viewed him as their No. 1 receiver coming into the season and as a vital cog, coach Tom Coughlin indicated Wednesday that Nicks hasn’t been as reliable this season. Considering the overall circumstances, the Giants might part with him for a lower-round pick, such as in the fourth round.
Most likely suitors: Indianapolis, New England, Detroit, Kansas City.
2. WR Josh Gordon, Cleveland Browns – Gordon’s name is in play even though he has been Cleveland’s most explosive skill-position player this season. Gordon is averaging 16.7 yards per catch this season and 16.3 in his two seasons. He is an excellent deep threat. However, his two-game suspension for violation of the substance abuse policy (and a history of substance abuse that dates to 2010 at Baylor), makes Browns management worried. And this management didn’t draft Gordon. It will probably take a high pick to get him because he’s under contract for two more years, but if some team is willing to roll the dice, Gordon could be had.
Most likely suitors: San Francisco, Indianapolis, New England.