8Julius Thomas, Tight End
If Julius Thomas didn’t suffer from injury problems during the 2014 season, he would have been a lot higher on this list. While he is listed as a tight end, he plays more like a wide receiver, which adds to his value that much more. He made just $645,000 this
season and the Denver Broncos only took a $651,000 cap hit to have him on the roster. His first two seasons in the league were a wash, as he played in just nine games and made just a single catch. The past two seasons, he has made 108 catches for 1,277 yards with 24 touchdowns. The Broncos will have a lot of decisions to make in the offseason and will hope to afford re-signing Thomas and wide receiver, Demaryius Thomas.