The Chicago Bears are looking to move forward after a disappointing Week 1 loss but there's some areas that need to be addressed.
At the top of the list is the offensive line which looked like a mess for most of the game and it won't get much easier in Week 2.
Lots of miscommunication between the linemen and center James Daniels, reading the blitz wrong and basically not being able to identify the pass rush at all.
Hoping to find a quick fix, the Bears held tryouts on Monday for some offensive linemen.
General manager Ryan Pace invited Brandon Hitner, Dino Boyd, Parker Ehinger and Jaryd Jones-Smith.
Out of the bunch, Ehinger probably tops the list as he was a 4th round pick by the Chiefs in 2016 and started five games.
#Bears brought in 4 offensive linemen for a tryout today: Brandon Hitner Dino Boyd Parker Ehinger Jaryd Jones-Smith Ehinger was a 4th rd pick of the #Chiefs in 2016 and appeared in 6 games for them with 5 starts.
— Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) September 9, 2019