3 sneaky trades the Chicago Bears should make with current glimmer of hope

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Terrace Marshall is an excellent buy-low trade candidate for the Chicago Bears

The Carolina Panthers are in full-on selling mode after firing Matt Rhule, and already made two big moves in dealing Christian McCaffrey and Robbie Anderson.

Earlier in the season, Carolina traded for wide receiver and offensive weapon Laviska Shenault, which essentially made it seem as though they were giving up on youngster Terrace Marshall, who is still just 22 years old and is a former second-round pick just a couple of drafts ago.

Marshall has two years left on his contract and is currently only in his second season as a pro. He has not yet proven worthy of that second round billing, but at the same time, the Panthers haven’t had a steady hand at quarterback and their offensive scheming has been a complete mess.

At 6-foot-2, Marshall possesses the ideal outside size and, at LSU with Joe Burrow, was an absolute stud. He played alongside Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson, but still put up monster production as the forgotten man.

In a season and a half, Marshall has struggled with drops. There seems to be something missing, mentally. But again, Carolina has had plenty missing offensively.

Potentially, a change of scenery could be good for Marshall. Similar to N’Keal Harry, who the jury is still out on, Marshall could end up panning out with time.

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Remember, this is a receiver who caught 23 touchdowns in two seasons with the Tigers while also not ever being the true alpha. This is a trade worth taking a gamble on for Chicago.