Jul 25, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears receiverBrandon Marshall
during training camp at Olivet Nazarene University. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports
Behind Marshall and Jeffery, there is a question mark at the Bears’ wide receiver depth chart.
Wilson emerged late last season as an option for the Bears as a slot receiver and has continued his growth this summer. Wilson is a near-lock on being the Bears’ slot receiver and that shouldn’t change during the Pre-Season.
Weems has shown versatility in his time with the Bears as both a offensive and special teams option. Weems’ ability to play both positions should solidify his roster spot with the team.
The Bears could stand to improve at their second tight end spot and it is possible that the Bears scan the market for the secondary tight end at the end of the Pre-Season. After all, that is how the team acquired Rosario last season.