The Chicago Bears need to make some changes this offseason. But currently projected to be more a little under $3 million over the 2021 cap, Chicago doesn't exactly have much room to do that. And if the rumors about the Bears pursuing Russell Wilson or Deshaun Watson are true, that "space" could disappear in a hurry.
Here are three low-cost free agents the Bears can target this offseason.
Chicago Bears Free Agency
3. Richie Incognito, G, Las Vegas Raiders
The 38-year-old Richie Incognito comes with baggage beyond just his age, but it's hard to argue with his recent production. As a pass-blocker, he received a grade of 82.0 from ProFootballFocus in each of the past two seasons. He'd be a nice signing for a team that needs to upgrade the interior of its offensive line.
2. Nelson Agholor, WR, Las Vegas Raiders
Keeping it with the Las Vegas Raiders, Nelson Agholor could be a great low-cost signing for Chicago. Though his tenure in Philadelphia wasn't exactly perfect, the wideout revived his career in Las Vegas. He had a wildly efficient season, finishing with the league's sixth-best yards per target figure (10.9). The Bears need to improve their WR corps, and Agholor would be a cheap way to do just that.
1. Jason Peters, G/T, Philadelphia Eagles
Jason Peters is planning on returning for another season, and he could be a nice addition on a one-year deal. Peters was planning on playing guard for the Eagles last season, but injuries forced him to revert back to tackle. That versatility could be attractive to a Bears team that needs help all over the O-Line.
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