It’s no secret the Chicago Bears could use some depth on their offensive line.
With rookie Teven Jenkins out indefinitely after having back surgery on August 18, Chicago signed 39-year-old veteran left tackle Jason Peters, whose durability over the last several seasons isn’t … great. Peters has played in more than 16 games in a season only once in the last four years, and he has played in 21 out of a possible 32 games over the last two seasons. Swing tackle Elijah Wilkinson isn’t an ideal starter should Peters go down, so Brad Gagnon of Bleacher Report thinks he has the perfect trade proposal for Chicago in order to add depth at left tackle — while also unloading third-string quarterback Nick Foles.
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Gagnon thinks Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Andre Dillard, the team’s first-round draft pick in 2019 (22nd overall), would be a good option for Chicago. He also thinks the Eagles would be willing to ship the LT off in exchange for Foles.