Josh Morgan WR CHI 4 Days

Morgan had two yards on two receptions in the Bears' Week 16 loss to the Lions.

The two catches were Morgan's most since Week 4, but as the yards per reception total suggests, he's not much of a threat for the Bears. Don't expect him to make much of an impact in Sunday's season finale against the Vikings.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 10 Days

Morgan gained 21 yards on his first rushing attempt of the season in Monday's loss to the Saints, but failed to reel in his lone target in the passing game.

The absence of Brandon Marshall (ribs) the past two weeks has allowed Morgan to pick up over 40 snaps in both of the Bears' games, but it's resulted in only a minor uptick in usage. With Marquess Wilson locked in as the Bears' No. 2 receiver in place of Marshall, there's simply not enough targets to go around for Morgan.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 23 Days

Morgan caught one pass for eight yards in Thursday's loss to the Cowboys.

After falling behind by as many as four touchdowns in the game, the Bears were forced to abandon the running game, employing three- and four-receiver sets in many of their second-half play calls. With Brandon Marshall lost earlier in the game with a rib injury, Morgan moved up the depth chart to become the No. 3 receiver, seeing a season-high four targets. If Marshall's injury keeps him out of action in Week 15 against the Saints, Morgan would likely see a similar amount of usage.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 1 Month

Morgan (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game versus the Buccaneers, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Morgan's 10 targets are scattered across four of his nine active outings this season, confirming his status as a fantasy non-entity.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 1 Month

Morgan (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.

Morgan is ready to go after missing last week's game, but it's hard to see him making a fantasy impact as Chicago's fourth wideout.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 1 Month

Morgan (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Vikings, Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago reports.

The Bears' passing attack focuses primarily on the three-headed monster of Brandon Marshall (ankle), Alshon Jeffery, and Martellus Bennett (shoulder), leaving scraps for Jay Cutler's remaining options, including Morgan (10 targets in eight games this season).

Josh Morgan WR CHI 1 Month

Morgan (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against Minnesota.

Morgan didn't practice all week, but even if he ended up active it's hard to see him playing much with Marquess Wilson (collarbone) back in the mix.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 2 Months

Morgan caught one of his two targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 55-14 loss to the Packers.

As has been the case all season, Morgan didn't do anything noteworthy in the passing game, but the fourth-quarter ankle injury to Brandon Marshall could help his cause. Though the severity of Marshall's ankle ailment remains unknown at this time, if the receiver is unable to play next Sunday against the Vikings, Morgan and Santonio Holmes would both figure to see sharp upticks in their offensive snap counts. While serving as the No. 3 or 4 receiver for the Bears in eight games, Morgan has been targeted just 10 times, but a potential appointment to a starting role would likely result in more involvement.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 2 Months

Morgan wasn't targeted in Sunday's 51-23 loss to the Patriots.

Aside from a three-yard touchdown against the Falcons in Week 6, Morgan has been off quarterback Jay Cutler's radar entirely for three of the last four weeks. There's simply no room in the Chicago offense for the No. 3 receiver to get many (or any) looks now that Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery are healthy.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 2 Months

Morgan reeled in his lone target for a three-yard touchdown reception in Sunday's win over the Falcons.

Though Morgan came away with his strongest fantasy performance of the season by virtue of reaching the end zone, quarterback Jay Cutler's division of the targets suggests he's unlikely to emerge as a vital cog of the offense even as the Bears' nominal No. 3 receiver. The big four of Matt Forte (13 targets Sunday), Brandon Marshall (nine), Alshon Jeffery (seven) and Martellus Bennett (eight) should continue to dwarf Morgan in usage so long as they stay healthy.