Chicago Bears: 3 Realistic Trades to Make Before Week 1

The Chicago Bears did a good job of overhauling the roster this offseason. While the additions are welcome and help improve the play, there are some trades that can be made to improve even more. Here are three of them.

After another losing season and their fourth consecutive last-place finish in the NFC North, the Chicago Bears wanted to change everything. General manager Ryan Pace hit the free agency market hard and picked up receiver weapons for second-year quarterback Mitch Trubisky.

Pace also got help from the draft. He drafted Roquan Smith with the eighth overall pick and picked up wide receiver Anthony Miller (who could be the star of the draft), offensive lineman James Daniels in the second round. He also found some players who could be diamonds in the rough.

These moves certainly gave Bears fans a lot of hope for this season. Some have visions of the team copying what the Los Angeles Rams did last season. After all those last-place finishes, playoff talk is something we’d never envision at the end of last season.

Even with all the moves made this offseason, the job isn’t done. There are still holes that need to be filled. There are battles for those holes, but even the winners might not be the answer. Some trades may be the answer to help finish the job. Here are three of them that could do that.

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