In the fourth round, the Bears go back to giving Fields some added weapons to go with his added protection. Last season, Cole Kmet continued to break out and prove he's one of the better young players at his position. Now, Chicago attempts to give the Bears a second tight end they can regularly count on in 12 personnel.
Minnesota's Brevyn Spann-Ford is a 6-foot-7 behemoth who excels in run blocking and is ready and willing to get physical. He's also a great red zone threat and, with some development, could become even more of a threat in the passing game.
The Bears continue to add talent at the running back position, replacing D'Onta Foreman here with MarShawn Lloyd and adding him to a room featuring Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson. Lloyd stands only 5-foot-9 but packs a punch at 215 pounds. He's a fantastic pass blocker and offers some potential as a third down back.
Lloyd is also sneaky fast, especially in the open field. He's got quick feet to move laterally when he needs to, and he's also a patient player. He's smart, understands the little things as part of the game and could come in and serve as a special teams ace along with being great depth.