ESPN thinks there’s “one last offseason move” the Chicago Bears should make.

Adding some offensive line depth would be a wise move for the Bears, according to ESPN.

From ESPN:

General manager Ryan Poles has padded his roster at both wide receiver and offensive line through free agency and the draft — though each position remains a long-term need going forward. I’m focusing on the offensive line here, as there are still a handful of veteran names left on the free-agent board who still have starting potential in them (Duane Brown, Eric Fisher, Riley Reiff among those names). Justin Fields‘ rookie season was upended by poor line play, injury and an odd approach to the quarterback competition from the start. I’m confident a major leap is in store for 2022.

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Dec 25, 2021; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Indianapolis Colts offensive tackle Eric Fisher (79) blocks Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker Chandler Jones (55) during the first half at State Farm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports Bears

I like the idea of signing Eric Fisher, a former No. 1 overall pick who is somehow undervalued.

Fisher is only two years removed from a Pro-Bowl season, but he tore his Achilles late in 2020 and had a tough start to the 2021 season with the Indianapolis Colts.

The Central Michigan star, however, had a solid finish to the season last year as he regained his form.

Chicago could sign Fisher to a one-year deal and if he returns to being a Pro-Bowl caliber player, they could look into an extension after the season (before the start of free agency next spring).

It would be a great low-risk/high-reward move that could really benefit the Bears as they undergo a massive rebuild under new general manager Ryan Poles.

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