Bear Goggles On

● By Ryan Heckman
The first Sunday without NFL football is in the books for this offseason, but the Chicago Bears have been plenty busy with their head-start since falling short of the playoffs. Unlike the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, who are both in the midst of their first week in this year’s offseason, the Bears have now had about a month and a half to get ready for next season. The next few weeks are going to be very telling as to what kind of strategy we may see from new general manager Ryan Poles in the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft. Free agency is set to officially kick off on March 16, which is coming up quickly. There are several directions Poles could choose to go, especially considering the lack of draft capital this year. But, what if he took a more aggressive approach and first tried acquiring one of the league’s best wide receivers?
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