Braxton Jones has announce his departure from the team earlier today…

By admin Jun11,2024

The Chicago Bears appear to have made their bed at left tackle by passing up on the opportunity to draft an elite prospect to immediately replace starter Braxton Jones, though the team still has a quality free agent option should it decide to change direction.

General manager Ryan Poles did address the position in the third round late last month, selecting Kiran Amegadjie out of Yale with the No. 75 overall pick. Depending on Amegadjie’s development, however, that call could end up proving to be only a half-measure at one of the game’s most important positions — particularly when one considers No. 1 overall pick Caleb Williams is the quarterback the starting LT will be tasked with protecting

The Chicago Bears appear to have made their bed at left tackle by passing up on the opportunity to draft an elite prospect to immediately replace starter Braxton Jones, though the team still has a quality free agent option should it decide to change direction.

General manager Ryan Poles did address the position in the third round late last month, selecting Kiran Amegadjie out of Yale with the No. 75 overall pick. Depending on Amegadjie’s development, however, that call could end up proving to be only a half-measure at one of the game’s most important positions — particularly when one considers No. 1 overall pick Caleb Williams is the quarterback the starting LT will be tasked with protecting

The Chicago Bears appear to have made their bed at left tackle by passing up on the opportunity to draft an elite prospect to immediately replace starter Braxton Jones, though the team still has a quality free agent option should it decide to change direction.  General manager Ryan Poles did address the position in the third round late last month, selecting Kiran Amegadjie out of Yale with the No. 75 overall pick. Depending on Amegadjie’s development, however, that call could end up proving to be only a half-measure at one of the game’s most important positions — particularly when one considers No. 1 overall pick Caleb Williams is the quarterback the starting LT will be tasked with protecting

The Chicago Bears appear to have made their bed at left tackle by passing up on the opportunity to draft an elite prospect to immediately replace starter Braxton Jones, though the team still has a quality free agent option should it decide to change direction.  General manager Ryan Poles did address the position in the third round late last month, selecting Kiran Amegadjie out of Yale with the No. 75 overall pick. Depending on Amegadjie’s development, however, that call could end up proving to be only a half-measure at one of the game’s most important positions — particularly when one considers No. 1 overall pick Caleb Williams is the quarterback the starting LT will be tasked with protecting

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