3 Former Super Bowl Champs the Bears Could Still Sign

The Chicago Bears could still use more depth pieces in various positions. These Super Bowl winners are still on the market.
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The Chicago Bears have made a few splashes this offseason, especially on the offensive end, bringing in Keenan Allen and D'Andre Swift. The biggest moves, however, will obviously come at the NFL Draft. Caleb Williams will almost certainly be the no. 1 overall pick but Chicago also holds the ninth pick in the draft to further bolster their roster.

That shouldn't mean that the Bears can't make more free-agent additions until then. There are still experienced veterans who could be valuable options for Chicago for next season. Here are three Super Bowl-winning free agents who fill a need for the Bears.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR

MVS was once again a postseason hero for the Kansas City Chiefs last season despite having an underwhelming campaign. The 29-year-old wideout finished the season with 21 catches, 315 yards, and one touchdown but came up big when his team needed him the most for the second straight season. He has as many playoff touchdowns over the last two seasons as he has regular season scores.

This type of ability to make big plays could be valuable for the Bears and the rookie quarterback. Chicago's receiver corps will be better next year than it was in 2023 but it's far from an elite pass-catcher group.

Valdes-Scantling adds a different element to the offense. He has long been an excellent deep threat with a career yards per reception over 17. For a one-year veteran deal, Chicago could do much worse.