4. Kapron Lewis-Moore
Lewis-Moore was a sixth-round pick by the Ravens. Lewis-Moore spent almost the entirety of his stay on the injured reserved list though. His first two seasons were a complete wash and he was only active for five games in 2015. Lewis-Moore spent his 2016 season on the practice squad before being signed by the Bears in 2017.
While his inexperience is going to play against him, there are huge question marks involving the depth of this team on the defensive line. Jaye Howard has hip concerns, and Eddie Goldman has missed time with ankle issues. Jonathan Bullard had a learning rookie season and Mitch Unrein does not have the upside of a healthy Lewis-Moore. What makes it more interesting is that those four can make the team, Akiem Hicks can as well and there is still a potential roster spot for Lewis-Moore.
Lewis-Moore will be battling with John Jenkins, C.J. Wilson and Rashaad Coward for a potential sixth defensive line spot. This is not the stiffest competition on the roster. He has the ability and if he can stay healthy he can make the Bears in 2017.