What are the five biggest questions remaining for the Chicago Bears now that the NFL Draft is over?
The 2020 NFL Draft has concluded and so the Chicago Bears turn their attention to the net phase of the offseason as the calendar turns to May. Under normal circumstances, teams would be preparing for or even beginning their one allotted three-day post-Draft rookie minicamp.
But as we are all well aware, these are not normal circumstances. The entire world is continuing to deal with the COVID-19 global pandemic which has wreaked havoc not only in our daily lives but to the sports we love that often serve as a distraction from the difficult times we find ourselves in.
So with that as the backdrop, Ryan Pace and the rest of the Bears organization are gearing up to deal with their “new normal” trying to figure out how to conduct an offseason program in this type of environment. The show, as they say, must go on, and it will — at least for now (more on that later).
As they do, there are still a number of questions that remain from both the team’s and fans’ perspectives. What are they? Well I’m glad you asked. We take a look at the five biggest questions remaining below.