2. Could the Chicago Bears add defensive line help from the Indianapolis Colts in free agency?
Tyquan Lewis makes plenty of sense for the Chicago Bears if the Colts let him walk in free agency. Lewis has been with the Colts going back to the Matt Eberflus days, and he is a scheme fit in the Chicago Bears' front.
He is a better run defender than a pass rusher and can kick inside on passing downs if needed. He would only be depth but would serve as an upgrade from Rasheem Green last year.
Nose tackle Grover Stewert will be a free agent, but he will not be on the Chicago Bears' radar. He is going to want more than Andrew Billings on the open market, and the Bears want a backup to Billings, not a replacement.
Taven Bryan is the last name to consider. Bryan is a former first-round pick who flamed out of Jacksonville and has bounced from Cleveland to Indianapolis. He could replace Justin Jones at a cheaper price if needed.