Danny Amendola likely to test free agency

Jamie Squire

Sam Bradford's favorite target may be wearing a different uniform next season.

Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola is likely to test the free agent market instead of re-signing with St. Louis before Mar. 12, according to Rams blog Turf Show Times. The Rams' top receiver from 2012 is likely to draw plenty of interest from other teams as he has become a highly productive option in the slot.

Amendola will be entering his fifth season out of Texas Tech in 2013, and last year was his most efficient to date. Despite suffering multiple injuries and playing just 11 games, he did log 66 receptions for 666 yards on 101 targets. That is 6.6 yards per target, the highest output of Amendola's career.

There will be injury questions surrounding Amendola, as he has missed a total of 20 games in the past two seasons. However, teams will likely be willing to take a risk on the reliable slot receiver who could be entering the best years of his NFL career.

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