It’s pretty safe to say Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White (shoulder) has been a disappointment at the pro level.
The Bears invested heavily in quarterback Mitchell Trubisky in the last NFL Draft, so this year’s draft should be about finding weapons to make him more successful. Just think about what the Los Angeles Rams did for their quarterback, Jared Goff, last offseason.
Right now, we’re seeing what the lack of receiving weapons is doing to Trubisky’s development. He currently averaging just 23 passes per game, and Chicago’s offense doesn’t appear comfortable letting him handle a lot of passes.
A No. 1 receiver would improve that stat line dramatically.
The Bears could consider a cornerback, or two, to help within coordinator Vic Fangio’s defense. But that’s likely a need that could be addressed in the middle rounds.