There are an abundance of issues that are currently plaguing a lackluster passing game for the Chicago Bears.

While one player won’t be able to fix everything, but there is a current free agent that the Bears should absolutely kick the tires on.

The Arizona Cardinals released WR Andy Isabella on Tuesday morning. Isabella was selected by the Cardinals in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

What makes Isabella so tantalizing is his speed. He saw his draft stock shoot through the roof after posting a 4.31 in the NFL Scouting Combine, but his production hasn’t lived up to his draft slot.

Isabella spent three-plus seasons in Arizona where he totaled just 33 receptions, 447 receiving yards, and three touchdowns. He struggled to stay involved in the offense in his stint with the Cardinals.

However, there is a significant talent gap in the Cardinals’ receiver room compared to that of the Bears.

Isabella can offer speed out of the slot for Bears QB Justin Fields. Offensive coordinator Luke Getsy could use him to stretch defenses vertically or horizontally.

With Velus Jones Jr. coming along at a snail’s pace after injuring his hamstring, Isabella makes sense even if he’s just a temporary solution.

It’s general manger Ryan Poles’ duty to turn over every stone if it means helping Fields and this anemic Bears passing game. Taking a low-risk flier on a once highly-touted player should be a no-brainer for the Bears’ front office.

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