consider Maroney, although I doubt he will get near the amount of attempts he had last year at returns.
Maurice Jones-Drew, he should continue to field kicks right?
Nate Burleson? Should be a #3/4 in Seattle, could be worthy a late rounder
Santonio Holmes is in the same boat as Maroney, but he should be bumped up in your rankings slightly because he might be given a few chances to return it.
Eric Parker- should be the #2 receiver possibly #3 in San Diego and should be getting most of the punt returns...and San Diego has a pretty stout Defense.
-They had the most sacks last year
-Were middle of the field last year in turnovers (16th)
-10th in first downs allowed
All of that means lots of punts to return
Dre Bly- not sure if he will do many returns, but the chance of him doing some (did a few last year in Detroit) but with Champ Baily on the other side of the field he will have tons of chances to make plays this year in Denver. So you should bump him up a little more because of the chance he could do some returns.
Charles Woodson of Green Bay?
Leon Washington of New York Jets did a few returns last year DeAngelo Williams did a fair amount of punt return duty in Carolina last year, although with the addition of Ryan Robinson, the 4th round pick, who is the sensation out of Miami of Ohio (2nd in NCAA history all time for Punt return yards and touchdowns, would of been #1 if teams didn't stop kicking it to him) don't expect Williams to get many punt returns, unlike last year. I'm just noting him in here so you don't consider Williams a little more because of his return work last year.