47. Mychal Rivera
Rivera might be the odd man out of the tight end group — with Walford and Lee Smith leading the way — but he’s been a quality player the last few seasons.
There isn’t much flash or frill to Rivera’s game — he’s more of a fail-safe than anything else. His stat-line has been consistent each year, posting at least 32 catches all three seasons, and four touchdown receptions in the last two.
So while his playing time might dwindle as Walford continues to emerge, it’s nothing to take away from Rivera. He’s been quietly solid and may have some decent trade value.
– Nick Hjeltness