This offseason, Ryan Poles has been hard at work completley renovating this Chicago Bears roster.
Adding talent on both sides of the ball, Poles' moves have been downright impressive. He's been able to rebuild the defense, which should be much-improved, while also ensuring Justin Fields has enough weapons around him to succeed and enjoy a true Year 3 breakout.
But, there are still some other moves that could be made. With training camp right around the corner, the Bears could still afford to make a handful of signings that would only further prove this organization is all-in on Fields.
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As it stands, the Bears' starting offensive line features four positions that are pretty much locked in. The only spot that isn't is at left guard, where right now it's presumably Teven Jenkins' job to lose. However, that doesn't mean competition wouldn't do the team good.
Just two a year ago, Trai Turner was coming off a solid season for Pittsburgh. It wasn't one of his five-straight Pro Bowl years by any means, but he was definitely serviceable. Pro Football Focus gave him an overall green grade (69.4).
If Turner came in and competed with Jenkins, along with Lucas Patrick, that could give Fields the best possible offensive line going into the season, and pass blocking has always been his strength over the run game.
And, for anyone saying the Bears don't need Turner, I would disagree. You can never have enough talent, especially at crucial positions.