The Bears went into this weekend's drafting needing to work on their defensive depth, and from the looks of it, that's exactly what they're getting.
After trading up to get Tulse EDGE Trevis Gipson with the 155th pick, Ryan Pace turned around at 163 and picked Georgie Southern CB Kindle Vildor. So now what? Are the Bears done on defense?
The answer: probably? Three of Pace's four picks have been on the defensive side of the ball, and the Bears' 27th ranked offense hasn't exactly made leaps and bounds worth of improvement through the draft so far.
Trey Adams (Washington), Prince Tega Wanogho (Auburn), and Terrence Steele (Texas Tech) are all linemen that are still available. If they wanted to continue building depth behind Roquan Smith and Danny Trevathan, ILBs Markus Bailey (Purdue) and Shaun Bradley (Temple) could be worth a look.
And, as I end every single one of these blogs, it's worth reminding you that Anthony Gordon's still on the board. I will speak this into existence if it's the last thing I do.
2020 NFL Draft: What's next for Bears after drafting CB Kindle Vildor? originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago