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

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4. Chicago could trade running back D'Onta Foreman

This last one is not a move the Bears make in order to land a player from the outside, but rather one last move they could make in order to help build for their future. The running back position looks pretty beat up in Chicago, right now, but this move would assume that the Bears don't experience any lengthy absences from their top three running backs.

Khalil Herbert hurt his ankle against Washington, while Roschon Johnson (concussion) and Travis Homer (hamstring) also exited the game against the Commanders. Funny enough, D'Onta Foreman was inactive and didn't play.

I still think the Bears could end up moving Foreman, so long as the other guys aren't severely injured. Foreman was an effective runner last year for Carolina, and there are certainly teams that could use a running back.

One team that would make sense for Foreman is the Baltimore Ravens, who lost J.K. Dobbins for the season and have also seen Gus Edwards and Justice Hill experience injury. They've been ready and willing to depend on veterans Melvin Gordon and Kenyan Drake if need be, but Foreman would give them some younger legs they could lean on for the length of the season.