Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers' GM Mark Dominik, who now works for ESPN as an "Insider", was tasked with creating the Ultimate 53 Man Roster, but he had to do so by following the NFL salary cap rules. He had every veteran player available to him (no rookies), but he couldn't exceed the $143,280,000 cap.
Since ESPN has the full team behind a pay wall, we won't reveal everyone to you, but we will show you the two Chicago Bears he selected.
Alshon Jeffery, Chicago Bears ($1,447,036): I feel like you always need a few steady, consistent players on every roster, and at his current cap price, Jeffery was an easy player to add. He's one of only six WRs to have at least 85 catches in each of the last two seasons. Jeffery understands how to attack the ball in the air and win the tough catches.
He has Jeffery listed as the #3 wide out, behind DeAndre Hopkins and Odell Beckham Jr.
Dominik's other Bears' choice he lists as a starter at guard.
Kyle Long, Chicago Bears ($2,263,896): When you watch Long play, you can really see he loves the game. He can play either guard position and has the natural, functional football strength to get it done in the trenches.
Either guard position? If you ask some Bears' fans, Long can play either tackle position too!
While both of these players can fit under the Ultimate salary cap this year, Jeffery is sure to get a hefty raise in 2016 when he hits free agency.
As a first round pick the Bears control Long's rights through the 2017 season thanks to the 5th year option, but it's safe to say he'll be swimming in some big dough too.