The Chicago Bears were one of the busiest teams in the NFL on the first day of the 2023 free-agency negotiation period. General manager Ryan Poles signed four players, including linebackers Tremaine Edmunds and TJ Edwards, guard Nate Davis, and defensive lineman Demarcus Walker.
Edmunds, Edwards and Davis will be starters in 2023, and Walker has a chance to be a first-teamer as well.
Combined with the trade that sent the No. 1 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft to the Carolina Panthers for wide receiver D.J. Moore and a bounty of draft picks over the next three drafts, the Chicago Bears are a much better team today than they were one week ago.
But there’s still room for improvement, and fortunately for Poles and the Bears, plenty of quality — if not top-tier — free agents are still available. Here are five they should consider on Day 2.