5 offensive tackles Chicago Bears must pursue this offseason

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2. The Chicago Bears could be able to add Cam Robinson

 Cam Robinson was a second-round pick for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2017. His career has been up and down, but he has been their starter for the past six seasons, and they have trusted him to hold things down.

After the franchise tag route, the Jaguars reached an extension with Robinson. Still, they can save $12M now by moving on. The team acquiring him gets two more years of contract value, so it could make him a commodity.

The reason the Jaguars may be moving on from Robinson is that they may have found a gem to replace him. Robinson played 14 games for the Jags but missed the late-season push, including the playoffs. The team went with Walker Little, and they liked what they saw.

Little was a high-end prospect, but injuries held him back in the draft. Now, the Jaguars may have a healthy gem. The team is facing Jawaan Taylor in free agency, but if they move on from Robinson, they have extra space to bring him back. With Taylor being their high-paid option, and Walker Little on a rookie deal, they should be set at tackle. They may be incentivized to move on from Robinson to clear the space for Taylor.

If so, the Chicago Bears need to be calling about Cam Robinson. How he fits with Braxton Jones will be a discussion, but for the cost, it has to be on the list of options.