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Would a trade for Andre Dillard make sense for the Chicago Bears?
How about Ian Cunningham calling up his former team to help negotiate a trade for Andre Dillard? Cunningham was there when Dillard was drafted in the first round in 2019. He fits the Ryan Poles build that clearly, Cunningham covets also — 6’5″ and 315 pounds.
Dillard has been demoted for Jordan Mailata — a seventh-round draft pick. Heading into his third season with Philadelphia, rumors are swirling that Dillard could be a surprise cut candidate or at least a trade piece. I’m not sold on the fact that the Eagles would just cut Dillard at this point — he adds solid depth to a team pushing for a playoff birth and Super Bowl appearance. That said, a trade could be more in the realm of possibilities.
I am not as high on Dillard as I am on Isaiah Wynn, but the connection to Cunningham could come into play here. Dillard could easily push for a starting spot here in Chicago and maybe a fresh start with a familiar face is what he needs. What would Ryan Poles give up for a 2019 first-round draft pick who is nearly 27 years old? Anything more than a fourth-rounder seems like too much for me.
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The big question Ryan Poles and Chicago Bears fans need to ask is will any of these three players help move the needle forward towards a future Super Bowl run? Isaiah Wynn is a maybe answer for me while Denzel Mims is a resounding no. Dillard is intriguing, but the price has to be just right for me to even consider giving up draft capital for him.