4 players the Chicago Bears could claim to add depth to the offensive line

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Could the Chicago Bears be interested in adding Cameron Fleming?

Would Ryan Pace look to bring in another veteran to help the team out depth-wise, while some of the later-round rookies hang out on the practice squad? Riley Reiff and Michael Schofield were brought in and we all thought they would both start. Instead, they lost their starting jobs to two young guys. Well, would Ryan Poles look to add another proven veteran to the mix?

There are some rumblings that Cameron Fleming could be on the chopping block in Denver. Fleming will be 30 soon but is coming off one of his better seasons as of late. I’m not sold that he fits Ryan Poles’ idea of a lineman for this system, but he has the ability to add some solid depth and is a guy with experience who can step in if needed.

Fleming has been around the block. He was a fourth-round draft pick in 2014 by the New England Patriots. He then spent two years in Dallas and a year with the Giants before his time with Denver last year. Again, none of these guys are to be changing up the projected starting offensive line, but these guys can help add some solid depth and experience to a questionable position group.