One of the areas on offense where the Browns lack talent is the wide receiver position. That means that the young receivers fighting to make the final roster have a decent chance of doing just that if they can show the coaches that they can catch the ball and make plays.
With the starters on the bench for the entire preseason finale, the wide receivers will have four quarters to show what they can do.
Mohamed Massaquoi, injured for most of training camp, may get some playing time against the Bears. He was a starter last season but has been unable to get on the field this preseason due to a bone chip in his left foot. He is guaranteed to make the final roster, but he can relieve a lot of doubts with a decent performance in Chicago.
Other receivers that Browns fans should keep their eyes on are Jordan Norwood, Demetrius Williams, Rod Windsor, and Carlton Mitchell. Mitchell especially should see playing time after returning from finger surgery. The Browns think Mitchell can be a starter in the NFL, so his showing in the preseason finale will be interesting to watch.