4 dream trade targets for Chicago Bears this offseason

Could the Bears make a splash trade?

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Courtland Sutton, WR, Denver Broncos

Last season, the Denver Broncos seemed ready to trade one of Jerry Jeudy or Courtland Sutton, but neither wound up being moved. Now, the Broncos need to find some cap relief and moving a guy like Sutton could make sense for them.

Sutton's contract counts over $17 million agains the cap in 2024, but the Broncos could save $10 million by simply cutting him. Of course, getting something in return is ideal, and Sutton is a good enough player where another team will want to give up draft capital to land him.

If the Bears were able to land Sutton for a mid-round pick and pair him with D.J. Moore, he'd give this offense exactly what they needed. Chicago needs more size at wide receiver, and specifically a sizable wideout who can offer more than just blocking, like Equanimeous St. Brown did.

All Sutton did last year was score touchdowns. Giving Justin Fields (or whomever the quarterback may be) a big-bodied target like Sutton, paired with Moore and Cole Kmet, among other weapons the Bears will have, could make this offense into something Bears fans haven't seen since the days of Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey.