The Chicago Bears’ biggest offseason priorities included a wide range of positions. Defensive line, wide receiver, and offensive line ranked at or near the top.
General manager Ryan Poles addressed — sort of — the defensive line with the addition of DeMarcus Walker, who signed a three-year, $21 million deal in free agency. His positional versatility makes him an appealing option as an interior player on passing downs.
Wide receiver was solved in the blockbuster trade for wide receiver D.J. Moore, who will immediately become Justin Fields’ best and most explosive target in the passing game.
As for the offensive line? Guard Nate Davis, an exceptional talent who’s been significantly underrated over the last few seasons, is an instant upgrade. And it’s for more than just his presence alone.