How the Chicago Bears 2024 NFL Draft could look without Eddie Jackson

After cryptic tweets from Eddie Jackson, it appears the Chicago Bears are going to release him prior to the season. How does that impact the 2024 NFL Draft?

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4.110: Cam Hart, CB | Notre Dame

With one of their final picks in the 2024 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears add depth to their secondary by selecting Cam Hart out of Notre Dame.

Jaylon Johnson and the Chicago Bears are at a crossroads with contract negotiations, however, it seems like a deal will get done between the two. That said, Cam Hart would be a great addition to the Bears' secondary regardless.

Standing 6-foot-2 and weighing 204 pounds, Hart has impressive length at his position. He's a big, physical corner who could play opposite of Jaylon Johnson with Kyler Gordon being their slot guy.

There might not be an immediate spot for Cam Hart, but with what he does bring to the table, there's a lot of potential. Potential doesn't mean anything unless it's reached, but with the intangibles he possesses, there's a road map to success for Cam Hart in the NFL. It might even be with the Chicago Bears.