The depth chart doesn't reveal a whole lot, at least when referring to the St. Louis Rams' wide receiving corps. Trying to figure out who the de facto No. 1 option won't matter.
"They are a unit," wide receivers coach Ray Sherman said. "Nobody cares about who's No. 1, who's No. 2 -- they don't get caught up in that. All they know is whoever is in the ball game, whoever is in practice, you've got to do your job. And that's the bottom line."
New signal caller Nick Foles will have a plethora of weapons to work with: veteran Kenny Britt, Brian Quick, Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin.
It is the hope of the Rams that Foles will be healthy for 2015, something that was missing from under center in 2014. The team rotated between Austin Davis and Shaun Hill, the two splitting eight starts apiece last season with Sam Bradford shelved for the entire year.
The Rams ranked 21st in receiving yards per game (230.9) and their offense struggled at times, as they were held to under 10 points on four separate occasions, including twice in the final three weeks of the season. Part of that could partially attributed to the revolving door at quarterback.
Developing a rapport early on in training camp is something that will go a long way into seeing success come fall, according to Bailey.
"We're looking to do very big things this year, and it starts in our room," Bailey said. "Just [having] everybody on the same page, coming out here each and every day, working hard, pushing one another, and just putting it all together on Sundays."