Five Big Name Targets For The Bears This Offseason.

Published February 19, 2018 at 3:15 PM

The Chicago Bears have plenty of cap space this offseason and will have even more once quarterback Mike Glennon is released possibly along with tight end Dion Simms. Currently at $39.6million of cap space before any roster cuts, the Bears will likely be big buyers during free agency. NFL Spin Zone took a look at five big names which the Bears could be targeting, some you've already heard here while others have yet to be mentioned:5) Allen Robinson WRThe talent is undeniable, however there's obvious concern when it comes to Robinson after he lost his season to an ACL injury. Robinson however if healthy would be an improvement on the Bears current group of WR's. 4) Justin Pugh OT/GDespite a rough 2017 season, Pugh is likely the top of the free agency class at his position. With the way the Bears have shuffled things around the last couple of years on the line due to injury, a top talent like Pugh who can play tackle or guard would be a great addition and help provide the young Trubisky with more protection. 3) Sheldon Richardson DEThere's a high possibility the Bears lose Mitch Unrein this summer and will need to find somebody to play along side Akiem Hicks. If Sheldon Richardson leaves Seattle, the Bears should definitely make a push for the pass rusher who can also play great against the run.2) Patrick Robinson CBWith Kyler Fuller and Prince Amukamara both possibly walking away from the Bears this offseason, the team will definitely need to sign some talent at corner back. Like Fuller, Robinson is a former first round pick and he also played a big part in helping the Eagles win their first Super Bowl. The only warning sign here could be Robinson's age, 31. 1) Jarvis Landry WR
Landry's name is a name that's been heavily attached to the Bears since the season ended. The name has also divided some Bears' fans as he'll likely receive a huge pay day in free agency. Landry is exciting, has great hands and explosiveness in the open field and could definitely help bring Trubisky up a couple of levels. Which of these five would you most like to see with the Bears next season?

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