2010 NFL Draft: A Look at Two More Chicago Bears Prospects

April 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

We have focused a lot on safeties and offensive guards in the past.
Now, we should take a look at some of the other needs the Chicago Bears have heading into the 2010 NFL Draft. 
The release of cornerback Nathan Vasher, although probably more of a good move than a bad one, has left a little bit of a hole in Chicago’s secondary—in particular, at the cornerback position—and something will have to be done about it during this offseason.
The Bears are also thin at the offensive guard and tackle positions.  They need to find someone who could either back up and then eventually start in a year or two—or, if at all possible, find someone who can compete with Kevin Shaffer and either start or add some depth.  Without some additional depth at the offensive tackle position, the Bears could have a difficult season on the offensive line. 
The following is a look at two players—one at the offensive tackle position and one at the ...

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