3 things the Bears definitely won’t do in the 2024 NFL Draft

Whatever they do, it probably won't be one of these things...
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We won't be seeing any running back additions

Last year, we were somewhat surprised when the Bears drafted Roschon Johnson in the fourth round, assuming they were already set with the likes of D'Onta Foreman, Khalil Herbert and Travis Homer. But, they took Johnson and now, the running back room looks healthier than ever with the addition of free agent D'Andre Swift.

Between Swift, Herbert and Johnson, there is no shot the Bears take a running back in this year's draft. There are other reasons, too, like the fact that this year's class doesn't feature any upper-echelon types, and we probably won't even see a running back drafted in the first two rounds. Maybe, we see one later in the second round.

However, the Bears won't be taking one, especially not when they enter this year with only four picks. There is no need to draft a running back with Swift locked down for three years and Johnson entering Year 2. Maybe, the Bears think about adding depth in 2025 if Herbert is gone. But, for now, there is no chance Chicago takes a running back.