The Chicago Bears have a projected eight total picks in the 2021 NFL Draft. They’ll be looking to address some serious positional needs with these picks. With a limited amount of cap space, this year’s Bears draft class needs to hit on as many of these needs as possible.
General manager Ryan Pace will likely be looking at the quarterback class to try and find the franchise guy. The offensive line will need to be upgraded. The Bears will also likely look for another weapon at wide receiver.
There’s plenty of obvious needs for the Bears. But what are the position groups that are being overlooked? What else do the Bears need to address this offseason?
We’ll take a look into three position groups the Bears must not ignore, and how Pace can find solutions to them in the Bears draft. Each pick is a player who could be available in later rounds and provide needed depth and potential for this 2021 roster.