5 losers of Chicago Bears OTA mini-camp
4. Hroniss Grasu
Grasu’s status with the team has perpetually been on a downfall since his rookie season. It seems as though his time in Chicago may be coming to an end soon with the recent offseason moves made.
Daniels is going to compete for snaps at guard and is so raw there because he was a center in college. He is likely going to slot in at backup center. On top of that, Eric Kush can play center. If these two are competing for a starting slot and both are making worthy cases, neither should be too phased by Grasu when it comes to the backup center position.
On top of that, the versatility that these two bring shine brightly over Grasu, who only can play center. Matt Nagy has preached versatility and the inability to show it from Grasu is going to bring problems. He did not do anything in camp to change that idea, and his buzz was generally quiet, as he did not get much work with the first two teams.
If Grasu is released this summer, the signs were certainly there from this offseason.