Bears wide receiver Marquess Wilson fractured a collarbone during Monday's practice. It's not known exactly how much time he will miss, but it's assumed that he will need anywhere between four to eight weeks to recover.
"I'm extremely disappointed," head coach Marc Trestman said. "[Wilson] was continuing to ascend. That's football, unfortunately."
Wilson had been impressive in camp so far. Now, Josh Morgan appears to be the odds-on favorite to become the Bears' No. 3 wideout.
Beyond Morgan, there is a mixture of veterans and young players who have little past experience on offense. It's not a good situation for fantasy owners. Wilson goes from being a decent late-round pick to someone to watch on your waiver wire in hopes of a midseason bloom. The Bears' offense should be generally fine without him; it still has a solid quartet of proven targets for Jay Cutler. And Wilson still has plenty of dynasty appeal.