3 Trade packages the Chicago Bears could offer for Kenny Golladay
Trade No. 3: The Chicago Bears swap players for Kenny Golladay
In this trade, the Chicago Bears send some much-needed offensive line help to the New York Giants. When the Bears signed Michale Schofield this offseason, most people penciled him in as the starting right guard. Well, he was originally released but re-signed when Alex Leatherwood was placed on the Non-Football Illness list. Leatherwood will be back soon enough and this team doesn’t need the help of Schofield despite him being a starting-caliber guard. The Bears can now send him packing to New York.
I think this is honestly a fair trade for the Giants. They clearly need help on the offensive line and Schofield can help provide that. The team let up five sacks to the Cowboys on Monday night and honestly, it felt like they let up 10+ sacks.
In this trade, the Giants move on from their mistake in signing Golladay, but get a serviceable offensive guard to use as a starter. While, the Chicago Bears get an aging wide receiver who hasn’t been the same since 2019, but offers another option to potentially help Justin Fields and this anemic offense.
3 Changes the Chicago Bears must make to help out Justin Fields
The Chicago Bears offense looks like a shell of an NFL offense. These three changes can help address those issues and unlock Justin Fields' potential.
Again, I’m not for making trades like these when it involves draft picks, but I think any three of these are fair enough. Is Kenny Golladay the answer to help Fields start playing better? Probably not. However, it’s possible a change in scenery is what Golladay needs at this point and maybe Ryan Poles is the guy to give it to him.