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(WSCR) When the Bears do finally hire a replacement for Jerry Angelo, they may be able to make a few quick moves to remain competitive in the NFC North.
The Bears have everything in place to have a competitive offseason. With room under the salary cap and plenty of draft picks in store, the new GM can come right in and get to work.
“There are moves that need to be made,” Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune and National Football Post told The Mully and Hanley Show. “Fortunately, they’ve got all their draft picks in place and they’re coming off a year in which they didn’t spend a whole lot of money in free agency. You would believe that the budget would be ample for free agency. I think things are in position for them to still have an aggressive offseason. I was predicting an aggressive offseason for Jerry Angelo in terms of player procurement and going out there and getting some guys — I still believe that when they have a new person in place that they’ll look at this as an opportunity to have quick success.”
LISTEN: Brad Biggs on The Mully and Hanley Show