Tight Ends (2) USA TODAY Sports Martellus Bennett Dante Rosario There is no doubt that Martellus Bennett will once again be the team's main target at the tight end position in 2014. He finished the 2013 season with 65 catches for 759 yards with five touchdowns and proved to be a reliable red-zone target for both Jay Cutler and Josh McCown. Along with his abilities as a pass catcher, Bennett is an underrated blocker, and those abilities should once again pay dividends in the running game. The team kept just two tight ends on the roster in 2013, and that will likely be the same in 2014. Dante Rosario, Matthew Mulligan, Zach Miller and Jeron Mastrud will all be competing for the final tight end spot. Rosario was acquired in a trade last season and spent most of his time on special teams. He did get onto the field at times as a blocking tight end and recorded one reception for 13 yards. The one common trait among the four men who are competing for the final spot is they are all viewed more as blockers than pass-catchers. Mulligan may be the most intriguing because of his experience (nine NFL seasons), but Rosario's familiarity with the system may be enough to keep him on the roster.