Report: Bears Have Three Trade Targets At TE.

Published March 4, 2020 at 10:45

The NFL combine is behind us and next up is NFL free agency which opens on March 18. There was some earlier reports that the Chicago Bears were ready to make a run at tight end Austin Hooper during free agency, however the Bears are up against the cap. If the Bears can't do anything through free agency, they'll have to figure it out because an improvement at tight end is definitely needed. According to The Athletic's Adam Jahns and Kevin Fishbain, general manager Ryan Pace is looking at a trade instead. The duo has league sources who tell them that the team is leaning towards landing a veteran tight end instead of a pass catcher. Names that have popped up are Baltimore's Hayden Hurst, Tampa Bay's Cameron Brate and Tennessee's Delanie Walker. This would give the Bears the ability to keep Trey Burton around to prove himself and landing one of those three wouldn't cost more than a Day-3 pick at the draft. Which of the three do you think would be the best fit for the Bears?

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