2 players the Chicago Bears should try to trade for this offseason

Every year teams have to decide how they are going to improve for the upcoming season. The Chicago Bears find themselves in a peculiar spot heading into an offseason after what many consider by all accounts a let-down year.

It’s clear that something needs to be done, as their defense is locked and loaded to win now, yet the offense leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to competing in the NFC, let alone their own division.

Even though they don’t have a whole lot of draft capital to work with this year, how they go about using it will be the most important part. The Bears only have two picks in the first four rounds, both coming in the second round. After that they have two in the fifth, two in the sixth, and one seventh rounder.

While parting ways with any of the little draft capital they have might not be the best route to go, once again it’s what you can do with so little to make the most of it that really counts.

Here are a couple players the Bears could look to trade for if they really want to make a splash this offseason.

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