Marquess Wilson (broken right collarbone) underwent surgery Tuesday morning.
Bears WR Marquess Wilson suffered a fractured clavicle during Monday's training camp practice.
Marquess Wilson is listed as the direct backup to "X" receiver Brandon Marshall on the Bears' first unofficial depth chart.
ESPN Chicago believes the Bears' No. 3 receiver job will be Marquess Wilson's unless he "falters significantly."
According to the Chicago Sun Times, Bears second-year WR Marquess Wilson "had a strong offseason" and is "noticeably becoming a better receiver."
ESPN Chicago's Michael C. Wright believes the Bears are "pretty confident" second-year WR Marquess Wilson will win the No. 3 receiver job.
Bears WR Marquess Wilson is up to 207 pounds after being listed at 184 as a rookie.
Bears second-year WR Marquess Wilson is working as Chicago's primary third receiver at OTAs.
Coach Marc Trestman stopped short of "anointing" Marquess Wilson the Bears' new No. 3 receiver, but indicated he is expecting a second-year leap.
ESPN Chicago thinks Bears second-year WR Marquess Wilson will need to "light it up" this summer in order to pass Earl Bennett on the depth chart.
Filling in for No. 3 receiver Earl Bennett, seventh-round rookie Marquess Wilson caught one pass for 10 yards in Chicago's Week 17 loss to the Packers.
Bears declared WR Marquess Wilson, CB C.J. Wilson, RB Michael Ford, G/T James Brown, TE Dante Rosario, DE David Bass, and DT Zach Minter inactive for Week 1 against the Bengals.
Rookie Marquess Wilson caught four balls for 82 yards in the Bears' preseason opener Friday night.
Former NFL scout John Middlekauff says Bears seventh-round WR Marquess Wilson has third- or fourth-round talent.