The Bears have some roster holes they’ll need to address this offseason, and they might find the answer to those vacancies in the 2020 NFL Draft. Chicago holds the 43rd and 50th picks in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, as they got the Raiders’ second-round pick (No.
The Bears have several positional concerns they need to address this offseason, and tight end is near the top of the list. While the Bears have already added a veteran tight end this offseason in Demetrius Harris, they’re still expected to sign a veteran in free agency and draft a tight end.
The talk of the Bears offseason has been what’s going to happen with the quarterback situation. While starter Mitchell Trubisky figures to be back for 2020, there’s no guarantee that he’s going to be Chicago’s starter.
The Bears’ offense was one of the worst in the NFL in 2019 for a variety of reasons. I have already highlighted issues with personnel at right guard, quarterback, and tight end, as well as problems with how coaches chose to use the personnel available to them.