There are some teams, right now, that have two threats at the tight end position and use them well. Take the Buffalo Bills, for example, with Dalton Kincaid and Dawson Knox. The Bears thought they'd have that type of pairing with adding Robert Tonyan to a rising Cole Kmet, but it hasn't quite worked out.
With their second fourth rounder, the Bears add a dynamic, pass-catching tight end to Fields' weaponry. Minnesota's Brevyn Spann-Ford is a sneaky player in this year's class, flying somewhat under the radar as a guy who ranks anywhere from 4-9 at his position. At 6-foot-7, though, Spann-Ford offers Fields an enormous target who can simply dominate linebackers and defensive backs with his overpowering frame.
With their final pick of the draft, the Bears add to their young defensive line rotation by drafting Michigan's Kris Jenkins. As an interior lineman, Jenkins is a compact, dense player who possesses good strength but also moves extremely well. He's a savvy, quick-footed interior lineman that can get to the quarterback.
Adding Jenkins to the fold, the Bears should now have four healthy options on the interior between he, Andrew Billings, Gervon Dexter and Zacch Pickens.