Chicago Bears: Three Ryan Pace draft picks in danger of getting cut
By Cody Young
The Chicago Bears have officially started their preseason by playing their first game this past Saturday. The Bears got their first win of the preseason, beating the Dolphins 20-13. However, that is not what I wanted to talk about today.
The Bears have to make some roster cuts this week, some of which have already started. In this article I wanted to specifically look at recent draft picks who may be getting the ax before the start of the season.
The Chicago Bears have three Ryan Pace draft picks on the bubble
Chicago Bears General Manager, Ryan Pace has quite a mix of good and bad with his draft picks. He’s found great success in the late rounds while his early-round selections haven’t exactly panned out.
Pace has also shown that he’s not afraid to get aggressive when needed. In the past, he’s traded up for the likes of Mitch Trubisky, Anthony Miller, David Montgomery the latter of which is the only one remaining. This past April, Pace once again traded up to draft Justin Fields in the first round and Teven Jenkins in the second.
His aggressive style during the draft, unfortunately, leaves the Bears fewer picks in a lot of their future drafts. With that being the case, that means you have to hit with what you got. However, there comes a time where difficult decisions must be made, and guys that were drafted and expected to develop don’t always pan out.
There’s plenty of Ryan Pace draft selections who are still going to be a part of the team moving forward but here are some picks that may struggle to make the roster this season.