3 UDFAs that could make the Chicago Bears 2024 roster 

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The Chicago Bears only had five picks in the 2024 NFL draft and they needed to trade future draft capital just to pick up the fifth selection. With two picks in the top ten, the team had an exciting Thursday followed by two slow days with little movement. However, like any team, they were busy filling the end of the roster with undrafted free agents. 

Which players did the Bears sign as UDFAs this offseason that have a real shot at making the 53-man roster?

3. Will the Chicago Bears keep Keith Randolph?

The most notable UDFa that the Bears signed was Keith Randolph. Randolph was one of the few UDFAs to get invited to the NFL combine, so the interest was high on him, and most assumed he would have been drafted. 

Randolph has a former basketball player's body, he is longer with a thin frame, but he knows how to hold his power well. He is still missing some technical elements and struggles to get out of his gap fast, which is why he fell into a UDFA. However, his body type fits a prototypical three-technique. 

The Bears are looking for Gervon Dexter and Zacch Pickens to take a step forward into that role after Justin Jones left. The fourth defensive tackle is currently a competition between Byron Cowart and Michael Dwumfour. It is not impossible to see the rookie UDFA beat out those two for the fourth interior spot. The team definitely will want to see if he can develop. That could certainly end with him making the 53-man roster.