The Chicago Bears may switch up their interior offensive line, and Mark Glowinski could be a possibility
This offseason, the Bears may have to make some sacrifices in a few areas; meaning, they could end up pushing a need or two out to the future a bit and opt for a bandaid solution instead. Because their draft capital is limited, the Bears will have to be creative.
The interior offensive line may look quite different next year, as James Daniels is a free agent and Sam Mustipher likely won’t return as a starter — or maybe not at all. Cody Whitehair remains, though.
Colts guard Mark Glowinski could be a perfect addition for the next couple of years, until the Bears find another young guard to bring in for their future. Glowinski is a tank. He is incredibly strong both in his upper and lower body. Remember the story a while back about a Colts lineman pushing an abandoned car to a gas station after practice? Yep, that’s him.
Glowinski is especially strong in run blocking, which is obviously going to continue being a priority for this Bears offense. He will be 30 years old by the time the 2022 season starts, therefore offering him a one or two-year deal would be justified for Chicago.