AFC West: Tampa Bay Bucceneers

Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

As long as the Broncos continue not to want to trade Brandon Marshall, the disgruntled receiver will not go anywhere. Remember, Anquan Boldin and Chad Ocho Cinco have requested trades in the past and they have still playing with the teams they wanted to leave.

But there are several teams that could use a receiver. So, if a team unexpectedly offers Denver a huge package, Marshall could get his wish and be traded.

Here are some potential suitors:

Baltimore: It's been reported that Marshall is on the Ravens' radar. He'd be a nice fit there and he could make the Ravens a legitimate Super Bowl contender.

Chicago: Marshall has been connected to the Bears because Denver just traded his buddy and former quarterback, Jay Cutler, there. And the Bears need a big receiver. But how would Chicago get this deal done? Denver already owns the Bears' top pick next year as part of the Cutler trade.

Cleveland: There have been rumblings around the league about this one, but it could be a long shot.

Minnesota: The Vikings made a big run at T.J. Houshmandzadeh, so maybe Marshall would intrigue them, especially if Brett Favre comes on board. Yet, the team drafted Percy Harvin in the first round, so Marshall may not be a necessity.

New York Giants: The Giants have been connected to several veteran receivers since the Plaxico Burress fiasco. Why not Marshall?

New York Jets: The Jets could be a major player because they need a top receiver to help ignite the Mark Sanchez era.

Philadelphia: Marshall has been compared to Terrell Owens on the field - not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing in the mind of the Eagles.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tampa Bay needs a receiver and could see value in bringing the Central Florida product to town.

Washington: The Redskins always have to be considered when it comes to making a big splash. They always seem to consider everything.

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