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Just like the cornerback situation, there is no doubt who the two starting wideouts will be. Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate are firmly entrenched in those roles.
Beyond those two, very little is known at this point.
Kevin Ogletree has received extensive reps throughout camp with the first unit, but he dropped an easy pass in the Browns game. His roster spot appears safe, but he bobbled away an opportunity to cement his status as the third wideout.
Ryan Broyles is attempting to come back from a litany of leg injuries. The 2012 second-round pick caught all three balls thrown his way in the preseason opener and, just as importantly, stayed injury-free. He's a natural fit in the slot, but can he be relied upon to stay healthy?
Corey Fuller caught the game-winning touchdown, which bolstered his case beyond what has been a strong summer for the second-year Virginia Tech product, as Detroit Lions beat writer Paula Pasche notes: "WR Corey Fuller has been a standout in #Lions training camp - now you see why."
He's helped himself, no doubt, but will it be enough to usurp veteran Kris Durham? The man who largely held down the No. 2 wideout role last season is still scrapping for a prominent part in the new offense.
Jeremy Ross will serve as the return specialist, but he's also attempting to carve out a role in the base offense. He flashed his playmaking ability in the Thanksgiving massacre of the Packers last year.
Undrafted rookie Andrew Peacock has made some noise in camp, and he led the Lions in receiving versus Cleveland. He joins Patrick Edwards and newcomer Connor Vernon in the mix to stick on the practice squad.
None of these depth roles has any resolution so far. The upcoming preseason games will be critical in determining who winds up filling them.