Chicago Bears: 53-man roster prediction following the draft

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The 2020 NFL Draft is over. Free agency is ongoing, but the Chicago Bears look to be done adding players to the roster. Who is going to make the final cut?

We are living in some strange times. The 2020 NFL Draft was easily the most exciting event to take place in sports over the last month. The Chicago Bears walked away with some solid additions to the roster. As they say, out with the old and in with the new. However, who is going to actually be “out” and who is going to make the final cut?

Ryan Pace wasted no time to address needs in free agency. He has also made a slight change to his original philosophy and has started to mix in some older veterans with the youth movement he started when he took over as the Bears general manager.

With offseason programs up in the air, the NFL is still planning on releasing the schedule this week. The release has to happen, but that does not mean we will see football this year. If we do, I would not be surprised if fans were not involved for awhile if even at all. For the purpose of this roster prediction, we will assume the NFL will be operating at some capacity this season.

Now that most, if not all, the offseason moves have been made by Ryan Pace, we can look ahead towards the start of the 2020 NFL season. Here is an early look at who I think will make the final 53-man roster.