5. Willie Taggart, Running Backs Coach, Baltimore Ravens
Finally, the Bears could take a look at the no. 1 seed in the AFC and home of the likely league MVP this season, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens. New offensive coordinator Todd Monken came over from the college ranks where he was formerly with the University of Georgia and has worked wonders within this Ravens offense.
Even though Baltimore doesn't have that legitimate WR1 and has endured plenty of injuries, specifically to their back field, they continue to operate as the no. 4 offense in terms of yards per game and Jackson looks like a sure bet to win the Most Valuable Player.
Chicago wants to dominate on the ground, especially if they keep Fields, and it's no coincidence that they rank no. 2 in the league in rushing, just behind Baltimore who leads the NFL at 159.7 yards per game. Ravens running backs coach Willie Taggart is a name worth monitoring.
The 47-year-old is a former college quarterback and has coached wide receivers, running backs as well as having experience as a college head coach. With his experience as a head coach for a handful of colleges as well as his offensive prowess, Taggart could bring a similar style to the Bears as he's currently operating with in Baltimore -- and it wouldn't be all that difficult a transition.