The Chicago Bears have made plenty of moves between the first wave of free agency, the NFL Draft and a small second wave of free agency. With new additions, whose jobs are in jeopardy?
The Chicago Bears and Ryan Pace have made plenty of moves this offseason. Not all of them have been popular among the fan base, but quite frankly the fan base is not the easiest to please. Pace addressed areas of concern with the tight end position, quarterback position, offensive line, cornerback and even added another pass rusher.
The saying goes, “out with the old, in with the new”. Well, in this case, let us hope the saying finishes as “win with the new”. Chicago Bears fans deserve a consistent, winning franchise. For too long the team’s success has been up and down and not sustained. I still believe in the coaching staff and the talent on the roster. This team is better off in 2020 than it was in 2019.
It will be interesting how the team decides who to keep and who goes with what looks to be an all-virtual offseason. Hopefully, games are played at all this year, but who knows at this point. Even without actual camps, we can determine whose jobs are on the bubble.
When looking over the roster and the potential depth chart, four names stand out as players who will likely be cut when teams need to trim down to 53 players or will lose his starting job in 2020. One name will be on the team in 2020, but his future is looking bleak for the 2021 season and beyond.