4 under-the-radar moves the Bears should make before trade deadline

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2. Chicago could make a move for WR Hunter Renfrow

Going into the season, most felt very confident about the Bears' wide receiver room. D.J. Moore has obviously been a total revelation for this franchise and for Justin Fields, coming off a career-high 230 receiving yards and three touchdowns against the Commanders. Darnell Mooney is still a solid no. 2 wide receiver.

But, beyond those two, the Bears don't have a solidified option. Rookie Tyler Scott is taking a bit longer to get acclimated. Equanimeous St. Brown is more of a blocker and not someone who can be used regularly in any sort of dependable fashion. Velus Jones Jr. has yet to give the Bears any consistency either.

Of course, the Chase Claypool era is over in Chicago. That ship has sailed to Miami, and the Bears are going to have to find themselves a third option.

Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow has been on the trade block since the offseason, after Las Vegas signed Jakobi Meyers. Renfrow is a sure-handed slot receiver who would give Justin Fields a nice security blanket and become a guy who can move the chains.

Renfrow is just two years removed from a season that saw him catch 103 passes for over 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns. He would be a welcomed addition to this offense.