Chicago Bears: Projected 53-man roster following 2019 NFL Draft

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Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

Wide Receivers

Allen Robinson

Getting used to a brand-new offense, all new teammates and struggling with an injury in 2018, it felt like Allen Robinson never quite got going up to his potential. Look for him to come out strong in 2019 as Trubisky’s favorite target in the passing game.

Anthony Miller

Hopefully, Anthony Miller is ready to go for the 2019 season following offseason shoulder surgery. If he is back and healthy, it will be a blast to see him playing with two good arms as opposed to just one, in his words.

Taylor Gabriel

The sure-handed speedster Taylor Gabriel is just one more weapon at Nagy’s disposal — one of several.

Riley Ridley

He was impossible to ignore in the fourth round, and Riley Ridley will absolutely have an impact on this offense.

Javon Wims

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Some may have believed the Ridley pick meant Javon Wims is the odd man out. Call me crazy, but I don’t even see Wims as the last wideout to make the team.

Emanuel Hall

The Bears found a few gems via undrafted free agency, and Emanuel Hall is one of them. The former Missouri wideout is one of the fastest from his class, and I do see him squeezing his way onto the team.

Tight Ends

Trey Burton

I think Nagy will try to use multiple tight ends on occasion this year, in effort to mix things up even more and find out which guys he can truly trust at the position. Trey Burton leads that group.

Adam Shaheen

In his third season, Adam Shaheen needs to step up and show he was worthy of a second-round draft pick.

Dax Raymond

Like Hall, Dax Raymond is one of those undrafted guys the Bears inked. His film is eye-popping, and there is no way he doesn’t make this team. Not only will he make it, but he’ll contribute.

Ben Braunecker

I think the Bears keep four tight ends in order to build strength in numbers at the position. Plus, they re-signed Ben Braunecker to a two-year deal.