3 free agent safeties connected to Chicago Bears new staff
1. Wil Ryan Poles bring in Daniel Sorensen?
This is less about what I would do and more about looking at the connections and thinking about what the Chicago Bears may do. Daniel Sorensen has been with the Kansas City Chiefs for a long time. That is long, but not quite as long as Ryan Poles, who was helping the scouting side when they brought Sorensen in.
The Chief watched Sorensen rise from a fringe roster player to a starter. Of course, some fans look at him and remember him as the liability on the Chiefs’ defense when the big games against star quarterbacks came around.
That is fair, and that is going to hurt his market, but Ryan Poles likely see someone who went from an unknown to a starter. The Chicago Bears should not look at him as a starter or a savior next to Eddie Jackson.
However, he certainly could step in and help on special teams, and his experience could go further than some fans realize if he is used essentially as a linebacker. It may not be a fan favorite, but it also may be likely to happen.