6 Bears on the Bubble Ahead of 2024 Training Camp

These 6 Chicago Bears could be in danger of losing their spot with training camp around the corner.
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The Chicago Bears are ready for major changes once again. While head coach Matt Eberflus stayed safe following another losing campaign, the Bears are turning to a new signal caller in Caleb Williams.

Selected at No. 1 overall out of USC, Williams will have a lot of pressure on him to do what many other quarterbacks couldn’t — win with the Bears. Unlike many of his predecessors, Williams has been given more talent to work with.

Chicago has a deeper depth chart than we’ve seen in the past several years which has these six players on the bubble with training camp around the corner.

6. Larry Borom, Offensive Tackle

Standing 6-foot-5 and 334 pounds, Larry Borom developed into a solid swing tackle. He’s started 23 games in three years but could be in danger of being left off the team this year.

It that were to happen, it would have less to do with Borom than who is behind him. The Bears selected Kiran Amegadjie out of Yale in the third round, and he posses a threat to Borom’s roster spot.

Amegadjie has the makings of a starter down the road and likely would have been a Round 2 pick if this class wasn’t so deep. He might need time to develop since Yale doesn’t face elite competition but if he proves capable during camp, he could move up the depth chart.

In addition to his talent, Amegadjie is a much more affordable option — same with Matt Pryor or Jake Curhan. The Bears can save almost the entire $3.2 million Borom is due this season and turn to the rookie as the primary reserve.