3 perfect targets at safety for the Chicago Bears this offseason

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The Chicago Bears are among the teams that made the 2018 postseason that failed to do so in 2019. Following a disappointing season, the Bears have their sights set on the offseason to improve their roster.

On the offensive side of the ball, Chicago has already determined that Mitchell Trubisky is going to be their starting quarterback in 2020. As for the defense, the Bears could make quite a few changes.

Of the changes that could occur, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is set to hit free agency when the new league year begins in March. The Bears currently have only $13.3 million in cap space, according to Spotrac.

Given their current financial restraints, Clinton-Dix could be out of their price range to re-sign. Due to that, Chicago could be in the market for a cheaper option in free agency or in the 2020 NFL Draft. With that in mind, here are three perfect targets at safety for the Bears this offseason.