5 NFL teams that should sign Mike Evans in the 2024 off-season

Hunter Haas
Mike Evans is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL. Which teams should inquire about the impending free agent?

Mike Evans and his agent are angling for a lucrative contract this NFL off-season. However, that is far from Evans’ only requirement for prospective teams hoping to sign him.

Mike Evans has been tearing up NFL secondaries since arriving in the league by way of Texas A&M in the 2014 draft.

Evans has never fallen short of the 1,000-yard mark in ten years with the Buccaneers. In fact, he is the only player in NFL history to reach this mark in his first ten seasons in the league.

Evans was the top pass-catching option when the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl with Tom Brady in 2020. But now, the 30-year-old wideout is in search of another ring.

Mike Evans would instantly improve these five NFL teams

Evans’ agent recently announced that the star receiver is seeking a destination with a franchise quarterback and a roster capable of contending for a Super Bowl. Who fits the bill?

Los Angeles Rams

The Rams are no strangers to making blockbuster acquisitions. After a promising 2023 campaign with Puka Nacua bursting onto the scene, LA could put together the best wide receiver trio in the league.

Evans’ skill set meshes well with Nacua and All-Pro wideout Cooper Kupp. Quarterback Matthew Stafford is 36 but has enough juice for another Super Bowl run.

New York Jets

Aaron Rodgers will return from a devastating Achilles tear, and he could have Evans at his disposal alongside budding superstar Garrett Wilson.

The Jets are all in on bringing a Super Bowl to New York. Adding Evans to the offense would instantly transform the unit into one of the best in the league.

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens have the reigning NFL MVP behind center, as Lamar Jackson has earned his placement as an elite quarterback. He led Baltimore to the top seed in the AFC but fell short in the postseason.

A triumvirate of Evans, Zay Flowers, and Mark Andrews might result in a third MVP award for Jackson. And potentially get the Ravens over the playoff hump.

Kansas City Chiefs

Any big-name free agent will naturally receive connections to the Chiefs. With Patrick Mahomes at the peak of his powers, Evans would help in the team’s three-peat Super Bowl efforts.

Evans is a giant target for Mahomes and adds a different wrinkle to the offense with his absurd contested catch prowess. If Kansas City can fit his contract on the books, it’s a match made in heaven.

Detroit Lions

The Lions put together their franchise’s best season of the past 30 years. However, the front office will now aim to put the finishing touches on the roster this off-season.

Evans is different from any wide receiver on the depth chart and similar to the Ravens, he would form a fearsome trio with Amon-Ra St. Brown and Sam LaPorta.

About The Author

Hunter Haas is the Senior Sports Writer at Dexerto. Over the last two years he has worked as a writer and editor for FanSided at NFLMocks. He also served as an editor at The Raider Ramble and The Blue Stable. Hunter is an expert in all things MMA, WWE, and NFL. You can email him here: hunter.haas@dexerto.com