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How Would You Grade The Chicago Bears’ Offseason So Far?

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Between key re-signings, contract restructures, and free agency, the Bears have changed a lot in the last two months. Do you think it’s been for the better?

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Just because the 2019 Chicago Bears look similar to the 2018 Bears doesn’t mean this offseason hasn’t felt a little tumultuous.

This offseason has seen everything so far — key re-signings, surprising contract restructures, departure of key players, and new additions brought in to help the Bears push for a championship. Cody Parkey is no longer a Bear, but a guy named Blewitt is.

Honestly it’s been a fairly confusing time, so let me list out the moves we’ve made so far to make your voting process easier:

  • 1/26 - Signed OT Bobby Massie to a four-year contract
  • 2/21 - Released TE Dion Sims
  • 3/05 - Released OLB Sam Acho
  • 3/06 - Signed K Chris Blewitt
  • 3/11 - Signed Ben Braunecker to a two-year contract
  • 3/13 - Tendered exclusive rights to OL Rashaad Coward, LB Isaiah Irving, and DE Roy Robertson Harris
  • 3/13 - Released K Cody Parkey
  • 3/14 - Signed RB Mike Davis to a two-year contract), CB Buster Skrine to a three-year contract, WR Cordarrelle Patterson to a two-year contract, S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to a one-year contract
  • 3/20 - Re-signed P Pat O’Donnell to a two-year contract
  • 3/28 - Traded RB Jordan Howard to Eagles for a conditional sixth-round pick
  • 3/29 - Re-signed DB DeAndre Houston-Carson to a one-year contract
  • 4/01 - Re-signed OLB Aaron Lynch to a one-year contract
  • 4/03 - Re-signed LS Patrick Scales to a one-year contract

Poll

How Would You Grade The Bears’ Offseason So Far?

This poll is closed

  • 8%
    A
    (124 votes)
  • 59%
    B
    (868 votes)
  • 28%
    C
    (411 votes)
  • 3%
    D
    (49 votes)
  • 0%
    F
    (14 votes)
1466 votes total Vote Now