Kenny Golladay, WR
Last year, the Bears tried the lesser-accomplished veteran route with a few different names. Dante Pettis and Equanimeous St. Brown each brought some positives to the table in their own right, and now the Bears could go out and try another veteran. Only this guy is, or at least has been, more known than those two.
Kenny Golladay has had a forgettable three seasons since his Pro Bowl appearance back in 2019. He has dealt with injuries, being unable to stay healthy for a full season and has simply not looked locked in at times, when on the field.
But, he remains a free agent and, at this point, you'd have to believe the 29-year-old is itching for a chance to prove his career is not over, even though it has very much looked like it for a little while now.
Golladay is a native of Chicago and a former Northern Illinois standout, so he would be coming home with a chance to resurrect his career for his hometown Bears. If he should make the team and prove he's still got some left in the tank, Golladay's 6-foot-4 frame and historically-smooth route running would give the Bears another weapon to be used, even if it was at the tail end of the depth chart.