This position can play out in a couple of different scenarios, but they all hinge on what to do with Devery Henderson.
Henderson can no longer separate anymore, and that was his key asset to this team. His inconsistent hands won't be overlooked anymore when he's not 10 yards past a safety.
Beyond Marques Colston and Lance Moore, no one's jobs are secure.
The injuries that have happened to Nick Toon and Adrian Arrington have opened doors to others to climb the depth chart. Those injuries also factor in whether Henderson would be let go or not.
Do you keep Colston, Moore, Henderson, Courtney Roby (who has come on strong this preseason), Andy Tanner (backup slot receiver who has also improved his stock this preseason.) and Joe Morgan while waiving Arrington and put Toon on injured reserve for the season, a la their sixth-round pick Andrew Tiller this past week?
Or, do you cut Henderson and add Toon in his place for this season?
That also is going to depend on how Toon comes back from his injury. If it's slow, scenario one will happen, and if not, scenario two.
Whatever happens, this group is stockpiled with talent.