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Devin Aromashodu's return to the Bears adds to a roster that could include four wideouts 6-2 or bigger. In the ever evolving sizes of wide receivers, Marc Trestman looks to be building the biggest corps in Bears history. Creating mismatches shouldn’t be a problem for Trestman, most teams don’t have one cornerback over 6’0, let alone four. According to John Mullin of CSN Chicago, the Bears offense will be a tall order to deal with. Mullin writes: ‘If there is a downside it is that the Bears do not have a lot of special-teams impact in the wideout corps. Bennett has been a contributor both as a returner and cover man, and Eric Weems has fielded punts and kickoffs in his career.’ WR - Brandon Marshall, 6-4 WR - Alshon Jeffery, 6-3 WR – Devin Aromashodu, 6-4 Rookie WR - Marquess Wilson, 6-4 Tight end - Martellus Bennett, 6-6

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