The Chicago Bears have wrapped up their voluntary OTAs and will have a final mandatory minicamp that will take place June 17-19 before the team takes time off before the start of training camp in late July.
Throughout this offseason, the Bears coaching staff has been evaluating the talent on its roster and determining what the depth chart is going to look like at each position heading into training camp and eventually the regular season.
In the second part of our full position breakdown and depth chart analysis series, we will be taking a look at the wide receiver position.
"This is competition," wide receivers coach Mike Groh told the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs. "Last year there was none. Everbody [sic] knew who they were going to be and where they were going to be. It's not like that this year."
Marshall and Jeffery are firmly entrenched atop the depth chart, but youngsters Marquess Wilson, Chris Williams, Terrence Toliver and Josh Bellamy will be competing with veterans Josh Morgan and Eric Weems for only a handful of available spots.
Despite the Bears having two of the league's best wide receivers, the competition behind them at the position may be one of the most intriguing competitions in training camp.
Here is our full position breakdown and depth chart analysis at wide receiver for the Chicago Bears.