Chicago Bears WR coach Mike Furrey told reporters that Anthony Miller “will have a structured schedule throughout the week and that process will help him become more successful on Sundays.” (Chicago Tribune)
Miller is coming off another shoulder surgery before his third season this year. He started slow in 2019 before having an impressive few games down the stretch for the Bears. He finished the season with 52 catches for 656 yards and two TDs. He had seven TDs in his rookie season the year before. Look for Miller to be a hot commodity in the middle-to-late rounds of drafts as fantasy owners start to realize his potential. He’s currently the ECR’s WR46, but he could easily become a top-30 WR when all is said and done this season.