Chicago Bears: 4 Possible Mid-Round Wide Receiver Prospects in NFL Draft

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Chicago Bears: 4 Possible Mid-Round Wide Receiver Prospects in NFL Draft
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Having acquired Brandon Marshall in trade with the Miami Dolphins, the Chicago Bears will be less inclined to address the wide receiver position in the first round. 

Despite acquiring a talent like Marshall as well as signing veterans Eric Weems and Devin Thomas, the Bears will still look to add to their wide receiving corps.

Initially expected to address the wide receiver position in either of the first two rounds, the Bears will likely not select a receiver until somewhere in the middle rounds.  Despite big names like Justin Blackmon and Michael Floyd being long gone, there are still plenty of good wide receivers that should be available in the later rounds.

Here are four possible mid-round wide receivers the Bears could look to add in this year's draft.

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