3 free agents on Cleveland Browns for Chicago Bears to sign this offseason

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The Chicago Bears are going to have their eyes on all of the other teams' free-agency situations over the next month to find out which players will be hitting the market and which of those players would be great fits for Chicago. The Cleveland Browns had a successful season and will have some key decisions to make before the offseason begins. Which players from the Browns could work on the Bears?

3. The Cleveland Browns offensive line has pieces available for the Chicago Bears 

The Cleveland Browns have been known for their offensive line over the last few years. While they will bring most of their starters back, they have some big questions with their depth. Geron Christian would be a nice addition to the Chicago Bears. 

He has been a depth option in the NFL since 2018, but last year, he wound up playing 705 snaps at left tackle due to the injury to Jed Wills. Overall, he has 1,752 snaps at left tackle in his career and 125 at right tackle. He held things down late last year, and with questions around Braxton Jones, this is the type of depth option that could push Jones and potentially get him a chance to play this season. 

Nick Harris is another name to watch. The former fifth-round pick has played 290 snaps at center and 161 at right guard during his career. He has not played much and would be signed to be depth, but the Chicago Bears have a massive hole at center, so adding Harris into the mix is not outlandish. 

Michael Dunn will also be a free agent after four years with the Cleveland Browns. The former UDFA has played 380 snaps at left guard, with four at right guard and two at left tackle. Still, with Teven Jenkins's injury history, this fit makes plenty of sense. 

Lastly, the Cleveland Browns may release or trade Jack Conklin. They will make him a post-June 1 cut. Still, Conklin will be 30, he is coming off of a torn ACL, and he has mainly played right tackle so, while he is the biggest name of these three, he is also the least likely to sign in Chicago.