There's no question about, the Chicago Bears will be shopping for a wide receiver this offseason, the question is, who will it be.
The Bears have been heavily linked to Miami Dolphins' Jarvis Landry, however it seems that the Dolphins asking price might be too high.
On the subject, ESPN's Mike Sando revealed another possible target after speaking with NFL executives across the league.
The executives he spoke to suggested the Bears trade for Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant.
The Cowboys receiver would obviously come with some question marks regarding off field attitude, but his talent is undeniable.
From Sando's article:
Bryant will turn 30 in November, and he has declined markedly from a production standpoint, which is why the trade price would be relatively low. He still would provide a talent infusion for teams seeking options at the position. Chicago’s receiving needs are acute. One question would be whether adding a potentially high-maintenance veteran wideout would make sense for a Bears team with a young quarterback in Mitchell Trubisky and a first-year head coach in Matt Nagy.
Do you think this would be a good move for the Bears?