The Bears are in dire need of a quarterback upgrade, so their reported interest in Russell Wilson comes as no surprise. We probably shouldn’t count on the superstar quarterback ending up in Chicago any time soon, however. A report over the weekend indicated the Bears are prioritizing a Wilson trade this offseason.
He's set to receive a $3 million roster bonus on March 21, which creates further urgency for the franchise to make a move in coming days. Acquired via trade from the Bengals on October 28 in exchange for center B.J. Finney and a 2021 seventh-round draft choice, Dunlap made an instant impact for the Seahawks, producing a sack in his team debut during a 44-34 loss to the Bills.
Despite having only four draft picks, the team should have a crack at a quality guard or center prospect when they select at pick No. overall in the second round or even entering day three. Among the viable options the Seahawks could choose from, if they buck prior trends of avoiding small school offensive line prospects, versatile Wisconsin-Whitewater prospect Quinn Meinerz could project as a long-term starter at left guard or center.