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After post-June 1 cuts, the Bears have $10 million in salary cap space

NFL: JUL 28 Bears Training Camp Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

According to the latest public salary cap report form the NFLPA, the Chicago Bears currently have $10,068,578.00 in available salary cap space after the post-June 1st releases have been processed.

That number will drop by nearly $4 million once the rookie class is signed, and then once their top 51 player contracts are all tabulated that will leave the Bears sitting right around $5 million in cap space.

There have been a few veteran players the Bears have been linked to (offensive tackle Morgan Moses and corner Bashaud Breeland to name a couple), and there could be some others that are released this summer and on though training camps that the Bears could bring in, but for now the team the Bears have under contract is mostly the team that they’ll be taking into the 2021 season.

If the Bears do bring on another veteran or two, which positions should they look to upgrade?