With the start of the Chicago Bears season just days away, are they looking to add one final piece to the defense?
Ever since the Chicago Bears were allowed to return to Halas Hall in mid-July, one of the first players to opt-out was defensive tackle Eddie Goldman, who’s been a crucial piece of the Bears defensive line over the last six seasons.
However, with Goldman opting out, the Bears front office elected not to bring in anyone to replace him for just 2020. Why? The team is confident in what they have on the roster with Bilal Nichols and Roy Robertson-Harris. Nichols, who broke his hand last year burst onto the scene as a rookie with seven quarterback hits, five tackles for loss, and three sacks.