Bears slot WR Eddie Royal is prepared to spend more time on the outside in the absence of Kevin White (shin).
The Chicago Sun-Times' Patrick Finley called WR Eddie Royal "the camp MVP."
According to the Chicago Tribune, there's "belief throughout the organization" that Eddie Royal could "ignite" the Bears' offense this season.
Bears OC Adam Gase believes Eddie Royal could make a Wes Welker-type impact out of the slot.
After observing the beginning of Bears camp, NFL reporter Dan Pompei said he'll be "very surprised" if Eddie Royal "doesn't have a big year."
ESPN Chicago projects Eddie Royal and Kevin White as starters entering training camp.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reports the Bears have "big plans" for new slot receiver Eddie Royal.
ESPN Bears reporter Jeff Dickerson identified WR Eddie Royal as a player who stood out during the Bears' offseason program.
According to ESPN's Mike Sando, Eddie Royal's "early grasp of the Bears' new offense has him in great position to play a prominent role right away."
Bears signed WR Eddie Royal, formerly of the Chargers, to a three-year, $15 million contract with $10 million guaranteed.
Chargers GM Tom Telesco said the "door is still open" for free agent Eddie Royal to return.
The Bears are hosting free agent Eddie Royal on Tuesday night.
NBC Washington's Dianna Marie Russini reports the Bears will sign free agent WR Eddie Royal.
Eddie Royal had four catches for 95 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Chiefs.