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It’s an exciting time to be a Bears fan and we hope you enjoy our content throughout the year. GM Ryan Poles has finally built an offense around quarterback Justin Fields. The addition of D.J. Moore gives Chicago a WR1, which the team sorely lacked. Running back Roschon Johnson and wide receiver Tyler Scott could be mid-round draft day steals.
Chicago also strengthened their defense with free-agent linebackers Tremaine Edmunds and T.J. Edwards. Poles is still in the market for an edge rusher, too.
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