JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Washington, Diontae Johnson, Chase Claypool, Deon Cain, Anthony Johnson
Like RB, the top of the WR depth chart is set. With three returning starters and their top draft pick being Chase Claypool, this group has a lot of talent and a decent amount of depth. All three starters should see a lot of playing time while Claypool will be schemed in and likely see most of his work down in the red zone.
The last two spots are where there are questions. While I think a player like Ryan Switzer could earn a spot due to his relationship with Roethlisberger and his ability as a returner, I think they opt for a more physical option in Anthony Johnson. Finally, Deon Cain wins the other backup spot, but watch out for a faster option like Saeed Blacknall pushing Cain off the roster.