Chicago Bears: Stealing one player from every Division Name foe

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Chicago Bears, Rashan Gary
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1. Chicago Bears would steal Rashan Gary from Green Bay Packers

This one was pretty easy overall when you broke it down. The Packers are in an interesting spot when it comes to their roster. We noted that while wide receiver would be a fun addition, even Amon-Ra St. Brown is more of a luxury than a need filler, and Christian Watson does not push the needle enough.

David Bakhtiari would be an easy decision but he has hardly played the past few years, you cannot trust him. Elgton Jenkins would be nice, and the coaches probably want to replace Teven Jenkins, but this is not the biggest need.

Kenny Clark would help, but the Chicago Bears went out of their way to add interior depth this year. The last contender is Jaire Alexander. He is a huge upgrade from Kyler Gordon, but Gordon is only in year two, and the Bears added enough depth that Gordon is only playing the slot now.

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The big need is obviously an edge rusher and the big talent is obviously Rashan Gary. The only real question is his recovery from injury. Still, he is at the age where you can bet on him moving forward. The ripple effect of adding someone like Gary at his age and status to this depth chart would be like adding Moore to the wideouts, it makes all of them look better. That makes him the easy choice.