What could have been a loaded free agent wide receiver class lost some of its luster on Monday as two of the league’s top pass catchers were slapped with the franchise tag.

Vincent Jackson could soon be trading in the bolt for a new logo. (Tim Sharp/AP)

The San Diego Chargers were one of only 11 teams not to use their tag, and as a result, wide receiver Vincent Jackson will be an unrestricted free agent on March 13th — and he can expect plenty of offers.

While the Chargers would like to keep Jackson in San Diego, they used the tag on him last year and doing so again would require a salary-cap figure of about $13.7 million.

Now Jackson is free to explore his options, which may include the likes of the Redskins, Bears, Panthers, 49ers, Vikings, Seahawks and Bills.

The 29-year-old, two-time Pro Bowl selection caught 60 passes for 1,106 yards and nine touchdowns last season — his third 1,000-yard campaign in the last four years.

Other notable wideouts who may be on the move include Marques Colston (80-1,143-8), Brandon Lloyd (70-966-5) and Pierre Garcon (70-947-6).

What team would be the best fit for Jackson and where will the rest of these guys end up?

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