The Bears are expecting major growth from second-year WR Riley Ridley. "I think the biggest growth we're going to see with anybody in our room is going to be Riley Ridley," said Bears' Position Coach Mike Furrey. (Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune )
Ridley is expected to compete with Cordarrelle Patterson and Ted Ginn for the Bears WR3 role. "The passion he has to become successful in this game, he loves the process. And I believe when you love the process, it's going to be successful," Furrey added. The 23-year-old hauled in six catches for 69 yards on seven targets across five games in 2019. Even with the lofty expectations from the Bears, Ridley is a flyer in dynasty-league formats only.