4. Josh Bellamy
Bellamy has spent the past three seasons with the Bears, but that may be the end of the road for the 27-year old veteran. After two straight seasons of 19 receptions at a poor catch rate, the team had enough of Bellamy being their only depth and added at the position.
Just in free agency, the Bears picked up Kendall Wright, Markus Wheaton, Rueben Randle and Victor Cruz. They brought in Tanner Gentry as an undrafted free agent, and are hoping for steps forward from Daniel Braverman, Cameron Meredith, and Kevin White. That is a crowded wide receiver room. Of course, that list also features a lot of volatile names. Injuries have plagued almost every single one of them, and Gentry and Braverman could wind up on the practice squad. A strong preseason from Bellamy could get him a job.
Special teams play could also help make a case. The last couple of roster spots can be positionless and Bellamy played 274 special teams snaps last year. However, the odds are against him as he enters camp, and it will need to be one heck of a step forward to catch the coaches eyes. Consider Bellamy as a likely cut when he enters camp.