What is clear is there are positions the Bears do not need to draft. If they do it, they could be wasting their chance at an impact player and set the team back several years while acquiring talent like they already possess. If they choose a player in Round 1 at these positions or even a particular player mentioned, they've just wasted everyone's time.
Goodwin opted out of last season — his first and only year with Philadelphia — because of COVID-19 concerns. A track and field standout, he was a two-time national champion in the long jump at Texas and made the 2012 U.S. Olympic team. Browns cut Richardson: The Cleveland Browns terminated the contract of defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, a move that creates salary-cap space but also a hole in the middle of Cleveland’s defensive line.
Marquise Goodwin signs with the Bears