First lets see what they currently have on their roster.
Besides Devin Hester and Rashied Davis the Bears have no receivers, who have ever caught a pass in the NFL.
Last years 3rd round pick Earl Bennett had great chemistry with new Bears QB Jay Cutler, but failed to learn the playbook, thus never getting in the starting lineup.
The other receiver is Brandon Rideau, he has spent the last three seasons on the Bears practice squad.
The tight ends are solid with former first round pick Greg Olsen, and veteran Desmond Clark.
But, they definitely need some help at the wide receiver position.
Here are some wide receivers the Bears should look at:
Torry Holt- soon to be 33 year old, had his worst season statistically last year since 1999, catching 64 passes, 796 yards receiving and only three touchdowns. Holt still has some years left in the tank, but might be signing with the Tennessee Titans pretty soon.
Amani Toomer- 35 years old, caught 48 passes, having 580 yards receiving, and four touchdowns. Might have one year left in the tank.
Drew Bennett- almost 31 years old, Bennett has struggled to stay healthy the last two seasons, catching only 34 passes, having 379 yards receiving and three touchdown passes. Before he came to St. Louis he had three big seasons with the Tennessee Titans. Maybe he can get back to his 2006 form, if he stays healthy.
Darrell Jackson- the 30 year old receiver only caught 12 passes for 190 yards and one touchdown last season with the Denver Broncos. The previous season he caught 46 passes for almost 500 yards and three touchdowns. Jackson might be on the wrong side of 30, but if he could play like he did in 2006, he could be a sweet addition.
Mike Furrey- almost 32 years old, Furrey failed to stay healthy last season but had two solid seasons from 2006-2007, catching 159 passes, having over 1700 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. Furrey could be a decent pickup.
D.J. Hackett- a fifth round pick in 2004, has played in only 15 games since 2007 and has only 45 catches, about 500 receiving yards and three touchdowns. His biggest season was 2006, when he caught 45 passes, 610 yards and four touchdowns in 14 games. Hackett is a big receiver, who still has a lot of seasons left in the NFL.
Ronald Curry- the 30 year old receiver caught only 19 passes for 181 yards and two touchdowns last season. From 2006-2008, Curry caught over 110 passes, 1400 yards and five touchdown passes. Curry could be a nice player, if he stays away from the injury bug.