3. Bryce Callahan
Bryce Callahan is entering the season in a similar spot as Adrian Amos. Last summer, he was fighting off Cre’Von LeBlanc for snaps. However, last season was a contract year for Callahan as well.
Callahan won the starting slot job and thrived from there. However, to the surprise of some, his market was bare. Yes, he was tendered, however, it was a cheap tender that would be easy to maneuver around. The Saints did it with Cameron Meredith. If a team wanted Callahan, they could have pressured the Bears.
However, nobody did and Callahan came back on the cheap. Like Amos, there is a chance that Callahan could come to camp and earn a contract. If not, he is entering a contract year for the second straight season. He played well last season but seems to be doubted still. Will he earn respect this year?