2. Chicago Bears
DJ Moore, Chase Claypool, Darnell Mooney, Velus Jones, Tyler Scott, Equanimeous St. Brown, Dante Pettis, Nsimba Webster, Daurice Fountain, Joe Reed, Thyrick Pitts, Aron Cruickshank
Credit where it's due. The Bears knew they needed to upgrade their receiving corps this offseason, and they have done just that.
Trading a second-round pick for Chase Claypool last season was a risk, and it may not work out, but he offers plenty of talent and experience as the Bears' WR2 or WR3.
Chicago found its new leading receiver in the trade-down from No. 1 overall with the Carolina Panthers. The Bears acquired star pass catcher DJ Moore, who has caught 309 passes for 4,413 yards and 19 touchdowns over the past four seasons. He will instantly become a go-to target for Justin Fields.
The Bears then built more receiving depth by drafting Tyler Scott, who Lance Zierlein of NFL.com compared to T.Y. Hilton and believes is an "ascending talent."
Chicago went out of its way to help Fields this offseason. Moore significantly upgrades the wide receiver room, while Scott is a game-changer with his speed.
Fields has a much improved wide receiver corps to throw to this season. Smart offseason work from the Bears.