4 bold offseason predictions for the Chicago Bears

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3. Chicago Signs A New Starting Tight End

Another key for the Bears this offseason will be putting more weapons around Mitchell Trubisky. One position that could use an upgrade is tight end.

Granted, Trey Burton is a very talented tight end who will make a bigger impact in 2020 than he did this year, assuming he stays healthy. However, adding a true starting tight end to Nagy’s offense would be a wise decision.

The Bears have been rumored to be a potential landing spot for Greg Olsen. Should he choose to sign elsewhere, Chicago could try to bring in a guy like Austin Hooper. Even if the Bears don’t bring in either of those two guys, a new tight end in Chicago will end up happening.