The Bears finished last season 6-11, overhauled the front office and brought in Ryan Poles as general manager and former Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as head coach.
Former first-round quarterback Justin Fields is the focal point as he enters his second season. With the third-most cap space ($23.8 million) in the NFL, Chicago can add a veteran or two ahead of training camp to bolster the unit around Fields. That number will jump to roughly $37 million if the team moves linebacker Robert Quinn, who was not present for nor excused from mandatory minicamp amid trade rumors.
Here's an early projection of what the final roster will look like based on offseason practices.
QUARTERBACK (2): Justin Fields, Trevor Siemian