Alshon Jeffery
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Receiver Alshon Jeffery has missed practice since it was announced he has a calf strain. He is still considered day-to-day. (Source: Kevin Fishbain via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jeffery is the number one receiver for the Bears, without him, this offense will struggle. He is expected back for the regular season.

Breaking Football | Aug 31st
Jeffery was a monster in 2014 and is now the top threat with Brandon Marshall gone. Not much to hate about that.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 31st
Top 12 WR past 2 seasons - Now, with B-Marsh gone, he becomes a legit go-to WR option in a system that, even with Trestman jumping to BAL, will still likely throw it plenty
The NY Times | Aug 31st
Big year to be expected as the Bears WR1 assuming the transition goes according to plan.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 30th
Jeffery posted 85 receptions for 1,133 yards and 10 touchdowns, despite playing with struggling QB Jay Cutler. Cutler keeps him as a high WR2 instead of a low WR1. He is also hurt by the injury to first-round pick WR Kevin White. White was supposed to ease the pain of trading WR Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets this off-season.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
He is the new #1 WR in Chicago, but with Marshall now gone he will draw double coverage. He should go over 1,000 yards and have around 10 TDs.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Last season, Jay Cutler had career highs in passing yards and touchdowns. Yes, the same player who was benched for Jimmy Clausen. Of course, Cutler also threw 18 interceptions and fumbled nine times, but thankfully those stats don't affect Alshon Jeffery all that much. The best news for Jeffery is that he has now had back-to-back top-12 fantasy-receiver finishes - both as the No. 2 receiver on his team. And now with Brandon Marshall in New York, Jeffery takes over as the go-to receiver. Kevin White will most likely be lined up on the other side and should be enough of a presence to keep defenses from betting the farm on taking Jeffery out of the equation. The same is true for Matt Forte, but Forte is also pitiful as a goal-line rusher, so Cutler and company will need to throw near the goal line, where Jeffery has exceled.
Breaking Football | Aug 28th
The 2015 Chicago Bears are really looking for this season to be a kind of fresh start for the team, as they are coming off…
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 14th
Entering their fourth seasons, Alshon Jeffery (24.5 ADP) and T.Y. Hilton (26.3) are largely considered WR1s in fantasy circles. Both should be 100-plus target assets for their respective teams, provided Jeffery's calf setback doesn't prove serious. However, Brad Evans and Scott Pianowski are divided on which one owners should target. Read their stances, ponder and declare a victor in the comments ...