Re-evaluating the Chicago Bears' position-by-position draft needs

Following one week of signing veterans in free agency, where do the Bears still need help?

Ryan Pace has signed several players who could be starting Day One of 2017, but no player he signed is a clear building block for the long-term. Sure, if players like Mike Glennon or Markus Wheaton or Marcus Cooper pan out, they could stick around for a while, but this is still a team that needs to find its top talent in the draft. Let's go position-by-position and re-evaluate where the Bears' needs are for April's draft. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
Ryan Pace has signed several players who could be starting Day One of 2017, but no player he signed is a clear building block for the long-term. Sure, if players like Mike Glennon or Markus Wheaton or Marcus Cooper pan out, they could stick around for a while, but this is still a team that needs to find its top talent in the draft. Let's go position-by-position and re-evaluate where the Bears' needs are for April's draft. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh) — Nam Y. Huh