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If the Bears don't draft Peter Konz (Wisconsin) in the draft, which would allow them to move Roberto Garza back to guard, the Bears could use another guard (or two) for depth or perhaps even a starting gig.
Sure, Chris Williams played decently when healthy, and maybe he has finally found a position on the offensive line, but he was hurt last season.
Tice said that Chris Spencer played well also, though he doesn't grade out all that well in the advanced statistics.
Still, at a minimum, they could use backup help at the guard positions. they ended the season with Edwin Williams atop the depth chart at left guard, and Ricky Henry as his backup.
And, in addition to Henry also being the backup at right guard, a guy by the name of Mansfield Wrotto was also on the depth chart at the position.
And do not talk to me about Frank Omiyale ever again please.
Now, if they went out in free agency and signed Carl Nicks to a big money contract, he would be a starter of course. But with other help at the WR position and DE needed, I doubt the Bears will do this.
So that help will likely have to come from the draft. Kevin Zeitler (Wisconsin) would be a good pick with one of the Bears' third-round picks, if he is still on the board.