Chicago Bears: First look at the unofficial offensive depth chart.

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Chicago Bears Unofficial Depth Chart: Wide Receivers

The top of the wide receiver depth chart is unlikely to change with Allen Robinson II, Darnell Mooney and Marquise Goodwin giving either Andy Dalton or Justin Fields multiple options to target for some very big plays.

The receiver position is also deep for the Bears with Riley Ridley, Damiere Byrd and Rodney Adams all making plays in camp. Rookie speed threat Dazz Newsome will also be looking to secure a spot in this receiving core. Looking at how things are shaking out at the moment, Newsome might have a hard time making the final roster and might be more likely to be placed on the practice squad.

Behind the top three options, in order, are Chris Lacy, Damiere Byrd and Riley Ridley. I know that Lacy has been performing relatively well in camp, but I was a little surprised to see him this high on the depth chart. From a size perspective, I guess the coaches wanted a guy more similar to Allen Robinson. Robinson stands 6’2″ and 220 pounds. Lacy is 6’3″ and 202 pounds. His frame is leaner, but they both have the height. The next closest is Adams at 6’1″ and 189 pounds.

Personally, I would still have probably put Adams over Lacy based on what I am hearing and seeing out of training camp, but maybe things will change as the offseason continues. The other receiver receiving plenty of attention is Jon’Vea Johnson. Johnson however is still sitting behind Wims on the depth chart. Wims is now a fourth-stringer and looks to be on his way out the door.