NFC West wide receivers are casting longer shadows these days.
Division teams have added three wideouts standing at least 6-foot-3 this offseason, led by Sidney Rice in Seattle and Braylon Edwards in San Francisco.
The NFC West now has more receivers listed at 6-5 than it has listed at 5-10.
Seattle is likely to field the tallest starting tandem, with the 6-5 Mike Williams opposite the 6-3 Rice.
The 49ers are the only team in the division with fewer than four receivers standing taller than 6-1. The St. Louis Rams have five. Arizona and Seattle have four apiece.
I've gone through rosters and broken out NFC West receivers by listed heights:
6-5: Stephen Williams (Arizona), Mike Williams (Seattle), Kris Durham (Seattle), Danario Alexander (St. Louis).
6-3: Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona), Braylon Edwards (San Francisco), Dominique Zeigler (San Francisco), Sidney Rice (Seattle), Austin Pettis (St. Louis), Greg Mathews (St. Louis).
6-2: Isaiah Williams (Arizona), DeMarco Sampson (Arizona), Isaiah Stanback (Seattle), Mike Sims-Walker (St. Louis), Dominique Curry (St. Louis).
6-1: Michael Crabtree (San Francisco), Patrick Williams (Seattle), Brandon Gibson (St. Louis), Greg Salas (St. Louis), Joe West (St. Louis).
6-0: Early Doucet (Arizona), Chansi Stuckey (Arizona), Josh Morgan (San Francisco), Kevin Jurovich (San Francisco), Ben Obomanu (Seattle), Mardy Gilyard (St. Louis).
5-11: Andre Roberts (Arizona), Max Komar (Arizona), Ted Ginn Jr. (San Francisco), Ronald Johnson (San Francisco), Lance Long (San Francisco), Donnie Avery (St. Louis), Danny Amendola (St. Louis).
5-10: Kyle Williams (San Francisco), Golden Tate (Seattle), Deon Butler (Seattle).
The chart breaks down NFC West teams by receiver height.
The Rams have eight receivers standing at least 6-1, no surprise given offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels' history at the position.
NFC West Receivers by Height