3. Ka’Deem Carey
Similar to wide receiver, the Bears front office looked at their depth and clearly was not satisfied. They signed Benny Cunningham and drafted Tarik Cohen this offseason to bring some new talent into the position. Entering training camp it is pretty hard to envision the team cutting either of those backs. Jordan Howard obviously gets a spot which already ties up three spots to a running back. If they want to keep a fullback that may be their limit. Four backs on a team that will rely mainly on Howard seems to be pushing it.
Jeremy Langford is also in the mix, and when weighing all of the options he
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likely gets a slight nod over Carey entering camp. He is signed on longer and beat him out in each of the past two training camps. Langford has some injury issues, but assuming he is healthy, he has the major edge. It would have to be one heck of a camp by Carey to maintain his roster spot considering the composition of the roster. Carey could be on the way out of Chicago, finishing his career with 443 yards and two touchdowns in three seasons.