Updated Bears’ wide receiver depth chart after N’Keal Harry trade

The Bears made a no-lose bet on talent Tuesday, acquiring former first-round pick N’Keal Harry from the New England Patriots for a seventh-round pick in 2024.

Harry, the No. 32 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, joins a lackluster wide receiver corps that still has to figure out what it looks like after No. 1 receiver Darnell Mooney.

Harry is the latest low-risk offseason addition for general manager Ryan Poles. He signed Byron Pringle and Equanimeous St. Brown to one-year, prove-it contracts early in the offseason, and he made a similar bet on talent by adding former second-round pick Dante Pettis in May.

With training camp two weeks away, here’s an updated look at the Bears’ wide receiver depth chart:

–Darnell Mooney
— Byron Pringle
— Equanimous St. Brown
— Velus Jones Jr.
–N’Keal Harry
–Dante Pettis
–Tajae Sharpe
–Dazz Newsome
–David Moore
–Kevin Shaa
–Nsimba Webster
–Chris Finke
–Isaiah Coulter

Mooney will be the Bears’ unquestioned No. 1 wide receiver, while Jones Jr. has a chance to be an X-factor for the offense in his rookie season.

Everything else remains unsolved as we prepare for training camp.

With a fresh start, Harry will have a chance to resurrect his career in Chicago. He has the talent to be a solid NFL receiver. Whether or not he reaches his potential is up to him.

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