3 free agents that would help the Bears offense in 2024

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Mike Gesicki
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TE Mike Gesicki, New England Patriots

Mike Gesicki is a nice bounce back candidate in 2024. The tight end had a couple of productive seasons with the Miami Dolphins before landing a one-year deal with the Patriots for 2023. Unfortunately, like most of the Patriots' offense, Gesicki struggled in 2023.

Gesicki ended the 2023 season with just 29 catches for 244 yards and 2 TDs. This was the least amount of production for Gesicki since his rookie season in 2018. In 2021, Gesicki had his best season and flashed insane potential, ending with 73 catches for 780 yards and 2 TDs. The tight end has never been a great run blocker, but he is another nice receiving threat next to Cole Kmet.


The Bears have to be disappointed with the production from Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis, the backup TEs from 2023. Both veterans were brought in due to former offensive coordinator Luke Getsy, so new backup TEs are needed for 2024. Gesicki would be a nice buy-low receiving option.