2014 Outlook: Now that Jermichael Finley is gone, one of Green Bay's tight ends could pop this season. We're just not sure which one. Quarless is a natural candidate; despite his having just 56 career catches, the Packers paid him decent money this winter. Brandon Bostick and rookie Richard Rodgers could also be in the mix, but between them they have only seven pro grabs. Quarless is an interesting flier pick -- if only because he has the most experience catching passes from Aaron Rodgers -- but he's best cast as a waiver-wire addition.
2014 Outlook: It's difficult to evaluate Finley's 2014 prospects because he hadn't been cleared for contact as of this writing and had failed his only known NFL physical. Finley suffered a scary bruised spinal cord injury in Week 7 last season and underwent spinal fusion surgery in his neck. When at full health, he's talented enough to be an NFL starter. But will there be a full-time job available by the time he's ready to sign? It goes without saying that fantasy evaluations aren't anywhere near as important as Finley's long-term health, but you should probably avoid him until it's established that he can resume his career.