Chicago Bears' projected roster

Examining the Chicago Bears' roster:


Fales looked good in the first half of the preseason finale at Cleveland, but fell off somewhat in the second half. Still, Fales showed enough to prove he belongs. There's still a chance the Bears try to waive Fales and bring him back to the practice squad.


Senorise Perry and Jordan Lynch made late pushes in extended action to close the preseason, but neither will overtake Draughn and Carey.


Josh Bellamy made a strong case to make the team against the Browns, but Holmes showed he's still a dynamic player. In fact, if Holmes grasps the offense quickly enough, he could wind up as the No. 3 receiver, which would mean Wilson's time will have to wait.


Rosario remains the most well-rounded tight end among the candidates for the No. 2 spot, and should stick.


Britton returned to play in the preseason finale and while other players have flashed, the veteran is probably still the most consistent.


Cornelius Washington and David Bass, received extension action against the Browns. The Bears have a tough decision here, but would likely go with Bass' experience.


This group has struggled throughout the preseason, but the team will likely take these players into the regular season. Jerry Franklin remains on the bubble.


The combination of youth and experience makes this position group one of the team's strongest.


The Bears released Craig Steltz and M.D. Jennings didn't show much in the last preseason game.


The Bears could decide to use Holmes as the return man and make Bellamy the sixth receiver. Initially though, the Bears will probably take a chance on Williams although he missed the majority of the preseason due to a hamstring injury.