It's not as if the team has many other options, but regardless, finding a tight end with a legitimate target floor is difficult to find in fantasy. Cole Kmet was involved in the screen game during the Bears' second preseason game, an area of the field that he was not utilized in during the last coaching regime; his four targets on screens in 2021 ranked 25th amongst NFL tight ends.
This isn't to say that Terry McLaurin isn't the unquestioned number one on this team, but it's a good sign that the 16th-overall pick would seem to be the for sure second option in the Washington passing game. Dotson also seems to be the favorite to be the primary punt returner, if you're looking for a tiebreaker and another option late in drafts.
Gainwell was involved in the passing game during team drills, catching balls, and maybe more notably, picking up a blitz that was "one of the highlights of that period." This comes on the heels of SI.com's John McMullen remarking, "[Gainwell] seems to be penciled in for high-leverage situations like third downs, hurry-up offense, and goal-line work." The Philadelphia sophomore is rounding into a terrific late-round fantasy pick.