Bruce Thorson-US PRESSWIRE
Another area that the Bears could use some help at is safety.
Major Wright and Chris Conte have been up and down this season, and adding a collegiate standout to bolster the back end of the defense couldn't hurt.
So why not take Michigan safety Jordan Kovacs, who is considered as one of the top safeties in college football? Kovacs is a tad undersized (6'0", 202 pounds), but he knows the game and has a great deal of experience.
As a sophomore, Kovacs led the Wolverines with 116 total tackles. This year, he was named Second Team All-Big Ten.
Safeties are crucial in the cover-two defense, and Kovacs could be a beneficial addition.