While we wait for the 2020 NFL season to approach, let’s look at some potential win-win trades for the Chicago Bears, starting in the NFC East.
This is likely going to be the longest offseason in league history, with most major sports leagues on hiatus for quite some time. For Chicago Bears fans, and NFL fans alike, it is safe to say that all we want is a season at this point.
Whether or not there are fans is irrelevant — just give us all football.
The offseason has indeed been an extensive one, although it has been factually no longer than any other. With the coronavirus pandemic going on, though, it has felt much longer. Back in March, we were fortunate to have the free agency period take place as planned. That took up much of our attention, of course, while other sports were on hold.
The Bears made good use of the free agency period and also made a trade for another quarterback, bringing in Nick Foles. The former Jacksonville Jaguars signal caller also knows the NFC East well, having played for the Philadelphia Eagles in two separate stints — the second which ended with being named Super Bowl MVP.
As we await the start of this coming season, let’s look at the NFC East and scan over the rosters, thinking about what potential deals the Bears could still pull off. The Bears still have some needs on the roster, as do other teams of course.
Could the Bears bring in a former teammate of Foles? Let’s start there, with our first of three potential trades between the Bears and the NFC East.