3 Bears Fans Will Be Sad to See Leave in Free Agency

After another below .500 season, the Chicago Bears will have to make some tough decisions this offseason.

Oct 1, 2023; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Darnell Mooney (11) runs the ball
Oct 1, 2023; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Darnell Mooney (11) runs the ball / Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports
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3. D’Onta Foreman

With the Chicago Bears having Khalil Herbert and rookie Roschon Johnson, the team will likely move on from D’Onta Foreman.

After having an impressive run with the Carolina Panthers in 2022 (914 rushing yards and five touchdowns), Foreman was a part of a running back by committee in Chicago. 

The veteran running back didn’t receive a lot of carries in the Windy City, but he showed up when the team needed him. 

The 27-year-old’s best game with the Bears happened in Week 7, where he had a season-high 89 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Foreman was also a factor in the Bears’ passing game, recording three receptions (five targets) for 31 yards and a touchdown.

Foreman isn’t known for his catching out of the backfield, but he made the Raiders’ defense pay that day. The veteran running back will be a serviceable option out of the backfield for another team looking for a solid RB2. It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Bears add a running back in the draft.

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