4-2. There are defensive linemen on the New Yorks that the Chicago Bears need to have interest in
The New York Jets had a loaded defensive line last year. They may try to keep some of these names, but their line had so much depth that they could lose all three of these linemen and would not hurt the team much. All three could help the Chicago Bears.
Solomon Thomas is a really interesting option. He did not live up to his draft status as the number three overall pick behind Mitch Trubisky, but he does have inside and outside versatility and has turned his career around to be a solid rotational lineman.
If Thomas was drafted in round three instead of pick three, his reputation would be much different right now. Thomas would be an excellent depth addition to the defensive line that also plays DeMarcus Walker and Gervon Dexter inside and outside.
Quinton Jefferson is 31 years old and has been on a different team in each of the last four years. Still, he would be a great rotational piece who could replace Justin Jones.
Carl Lawson appears to have been slowed down by injury, but as a depth edge rusher, he would still be looked at as an upgrade over what Rasheem Green gave the team last year.
The Chicago Bears' defensive line was still the weak link of their defense last year, so adding any of these names as depth options makes plenty of sense.