Chicago Bears: Most notable roster cuts the team must consider signing

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Here are a few notable mentions for the Chicago Bears to consider

Sean Davis, DB

A former second-round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sean Davis could be a nice depth piece for the Chicago Bears. Once again, he brings experience and versatility to the game. He has experience at both strong and free safety.

At nearly 27 years old and two starting seasons under his belt, Davis deserves a roster spot in this league. Why not with the Chicago Bears? His best campaign was in 2017 when he played strong safety and recorded 92 tackles (71 solos) and three interceptions. He also added a sack and forced fumble to that year’s stat line. He would be a strong addition to the Bears safety room.

Lamar Miller, RB

Lamar Miller has dealt with a knee injury that derailed his 2019 season, but the Patriots added him late this offseason. Although recently cut, Miller would be the perfect addition to a Chicago Bears running back group that lacks experience. Bringing in a veteran would be a smart move and honestly, I like the idea of Miller on the team over a fifth tight end or even Javon Wims or Ted Ginn.

Sidney Jones, CB

A change of scenery for Sidney Jones could be what the doctor ordered. Jones is a former second-round draft pick fo the Philadelphia Eagles. He started four games for the Eagles in 2019 and finished with 23 tackles (19 solos) and two interceptions.

He also had eight passes defended while being targeted 31 times. Although a small sample size, Jones only allowed a 51.6 percent completion percentage and a 67.9 quarterback rating last year. At only 24 years old, he would make an interesting addition to this current cornerback roster.

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Final Thoughts:

Out of this group, Todd Davis and Damarious Randall would be the two guys I’d look at the hardest. I am also very intrigued by the thought of Lamar Miller and Sidney Jones. In fact, I might consider taking Jones over Randall at this point in his career.