Chicago Bears: 5 UDFAs with the best shot to make the final roster

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The Chicago Bears added 11 UDFAs to their roster after the 2020 NFL Draft. Here are the 5 with the best chance to make the roster.

After the 2020 NFL draft came to a close, the Chicago Bears added 11 other players that were not drafted to their 90-man roster to compete at training camp to make the roster. Most of the time, undrafted free agents show little impact on the team, but sometimes, you’ll find a diamond-in-the-rough who could impact the team.

Last year, the Bears added Alex Bars, who was called up to the 53-man roster at points during the season, but he was the only undrafted free agent who was called up at any point last season. In years past, Ryan Pace has found impact players such as Bryce Callahan, Cameron Meredith, and Roy Robertson-Harris who all started for the Bears at certain points in their careers.

Even the Bears are good at finding depth players as UDFAs such as Ben Braunecker, Isaiah Irving, Rashaad Coward, and Ryan Nall. These guys also help special teams a lot.

Plenty of players have been hyped up as UDFAs in years past by Bears fans such as Tanner Gentry and Dax Raymond, but this is not that list. This list is just five players that could impact the team or even make the team this season.

There is no star in the 2020 UDFA class that sticks out by any means, but there are a few guys who could impact the Bears this year or even impact them in the future. Hitting on UDFAs is a great ability to have as those players can be cheap backups for the roster.