2. Noah Brown, WR
Brown had a breakout season in 2022, and the Cowboys really needed it with Michael Gallup inactive the first four games and struggling to make an impact after he returned.
Over the first four weeks, Brown hauled in 18 catches for 274 yards and one touchdown. The former fifth-round pick starred in Dallas’ win over the Bengals in Week 2 with Cooper Rush under center. He also posted 85 yards in a win over Houston, and racked up two touchdowns in the overtime loss to the Jaguars.
On top of making notable strides as a receiver, Brown is an awesome run-blocker for a receiver. The Chargers’ running game was non-existent this season, and Moore could put in a good word with Los Angeles’ front office for Brown to come in and help transform the attack led by Austin Ekeler.
Not to mention, wideouts DeAndre Carter and Jaylen Guyton are both free agents, and Keenan Allen will turn 31 in April. Brown won’t be dirt-cheap, but he should fit within the Chargers’ spending budget this offseason.