7 players likely their playing their last game with the Chicago Bears

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4. The Chicago Bears will try to upgrade from Rasheem Green 

Rasheem Green is a signing that did not work on the defensive side of the football. He was only expected to be a depth piece, but the additions of Yannick Ngakoue and Montez Sweat came after they saw how Green looked with the team. 

Green went from 66.8% of the defensive snaps in 2021 to 52.6% in 2022, and then this year, with the Chicago Bears, he is only playing 36.1% of the snaps. Green has played a touch more now than Ngakoue is out but has not shown anything worth keeping. He has two sacks on the year, tied for the second-lowest of his career, and he is going to finish with the second-lowest number of pressures in a season, only better than his rookie year. 

Green has shown to be a rotational edge rusher in other defenses, but this fit never seemed to work out. Green will be a free agent this year, and the Chicago Bears will probably not make an offer.