4 Defensive ends the Chicago Bears could trade for to fix their pass rush in 2023

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The Chicago Bears have made plenty of positive moves this offseason. Ryan Poles completely revamped the wide receiver room. A positional group in 2022 that many considered to be one of the worst combinations in the league. With D.J. Moore and Chase Claypool being added through trades, the Bears' wide receiver corps. is now arguably in the top 10.

Ryan Poles has helped reshape the Chicago Bears roster in many ways. The team has added a top offensive tackle prospect in Darnell Wright. Wright should fill in immediately as the team's starting right tackle. Adding right guard Nate Davis from Tennessee should also help drastically. Hopefully, the offensive line can now hold up long enough for Justin Fields to find time to throw deep.

On the defensive side of the ball, Ryan Poles added two defensive tackles early -- Gervon Dexter in the second round and Zacch Pickens in the third. Matt Eberflus and Poles talked about how they are rebuilding the defensive line from the inside out. The problem is, they have not added enough on the outside. DeMarcus Walker and Rasheem Green cannot be the answers they were hoping for this offseason.

Recently, Ryan Poles spoke about adding help on the edge and spoke to free agency but also mentioned the possibility of a trade.

Let's take a look at some of the potential trade options, shall we?