The Chicago Bears went into the 2013 offseason with glaring holes on the offensive line and at tight end. They addressed both positions in free agency, signing Jermon Bushrod to play LT and kick J'Marcus Webb to the right side. In addition, they found their upgrade over Kellen Davis in Martellus Bennett. There's still work to do on the interior line, however, and that's where the draft comes in.
The Bears found their left tackle in free agency, now they need to buk up the interior of the offensive line. Lucky for them, Jonathan Cooper slides to pick No. 20.
Cooper is considered neck-and-neck with Chance Warmack as the best guard prospect of this year's draft, and would do wonders for both the running game and Jay Cutler's sanity.
Phil Emery has done all the right things so far in addressing an anemic offense. Landing Cooper in the draft would be another feather in his hat.
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