Philly didn't have Goodwin last year. He's also injury prone. No impact whatsoever, especially when factoring in that they draft a WR in the 1st Round.
Soldier was going to be moved to RT after the Giants drafted Thomas #4 Overall. An impact, but they can easily find a RT in Free Agency right now (Corey Glenn being one example).
Funchess is a third string WR at best due to his laziness. No impact lost.
Hightower is a bit of a loss, but he's incredibly lazy. Plus, the Pats might be glad to lose him if they are trying to lose for Lawrence. They still have the toughest schedule, and they might have only signed Newton to be a punching bag for opposing teams (in order to preserve Stidham in case they don't lose enough for Lawrence or Fields).
Cannon is also a loss, but, again, the Pats might be looking to lose.
Chung is old and isn't much of a loss. The Pats are loaded at Safety.
Williams isn't making a wise decision. His career is likely over now. It was going to be hard for him to start this year after the Cheifs drafting that RB in the 1st, but now it's a guarantee. Not a loss if the rookie does as many believe he will in this specific offense.
Pierce is a bit of a loss just because the Vikings are thin at D-Line. But it's not like the Vikings were going to win the Super Bowl this year, so it doesn't really matter.
None of the real contenders have lost anyone of significant value, and I doubt any of them will. Good Players WANT to play. Most aren't pussies.
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