Around The League isn't alone in that sentiment.
Sanders has begun preparations for the open market, parting ways with agent Jordan Woy last week, per Liz Mullen of the Sports Business Journal.
Although Sanders set career-highs across the board, he failed to meet expectations as Mike Wallace's replacement opposite Antonio Brown. The Steelers have reason to believe 2013 third-round draft pick Markus Wheaton is not only better suited for the role, but also offers more playmaking ability.
Sanders' loss will still leave a lack of depth at the position. In addition to trying to bring back veteran Jerricho Cotchery, the Steelers have indicated to Ben Roethlisberger that they intend to find a tall receiver early in the NFL Draft, per Dulac.
It seems that Roethlisberger has been publicly campaigning for that big, physical red-zone threat since Plaxico Burress absconded to New York in 2005.
Among the 2014 prospects that fit Pittsburgh's requirements are Texas A&M's Mike Evans, Florida State's Kelvin Benjamin and Penn State's Allen Robinson.