3 losers from the Chicago Bears 2024 NFL draft 

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2. Will the Chicago Bears cut Larry Borom?

When Braxton Jones went down with an injury early into last season, the team had to call on Larry Borom to start at left tackle. Borom did not handle that well, and it became a huge reason the Bears got off to such a slow start last year.

The team is not going down that road anymore. First, they signed a couple of veterans. Matt Pryor is expected to play guard, but he can slide to tackle if needed. He may not be asked to, though. That is because they signed Jake Curhan, who may be a backup, but he comes from Seattle, where he has experience with Shane Waldron.

The Bears also drafted Kiran Amegadje in the third round. He is more of a projectable player than an instant fix, but he is going to make the roster. If the Bears keep Braxton Jones, Darnell Wright, Curhan, and Amegadije, we will be on four tackles before we even mention Larry Borom. There is a good chance he will get released this offseason.