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2020 Chicago Bears season

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2020 Chicago Bears season
Head coachMatt Nagy
General managerRyan Pace
OwnerThe McCaskey Family
Home fieldSoldier Field
Ch bears uniforms.png

The 2020 season will be the Chicago Bears' 101st in the National Football League and their third under head coach Matt Nagy. The Bears will seek to improve upon their 8–8 record from 2019, and make the playoffs for the second time in three seasons. The Bears will also seek to win their first playoff game in 10 years.


Organizational changes

On December 31, 2019, offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich, offensive line coach Harry Hiestand, tight ends coach Kevin M. Gilbride, and assistant special teams coach Brock Olivo were fired;[1] the offense had struggled in 2019 as it finished the year ranked 29th.[2] To take Hiestand's place, the Bears hired Juan Castillo on January 5, 2020; Castillo worked with head coach Matt Nagy on the Philadelphia Eagles staff from 2008 to 2012, and he was most recently the offensive line coach and run game coordinator for the Buffalo Bills in 2017 and 2018.[3] Clancy Barone was hired as the tight ends coach on January 9; Barone was the 2018 Minnesota Vikings' offensive line coach after spending the previous season as their tight ends coach.[4]

The remaining positions were filled on January 16 with various changes: Bill Lazor took over as offensive coordinator after last serving the same role in 2017 and 2018 with the Cincinnati Bengals; Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator John DeFilippo was hired as quarterbacks coach; quarterbacks coach Dave Ragone was moved to pass game coordinator; offensive quality control assistant Brian Ginn became assistant special teams coach; defensive assistant Chris Jackson switched to assistant wide receivers coach; and offensive assistant Shane Toub was named defensive quality control coach.[5]

Roster changes

Position Player Free agency
Date signed 2020 team
LB Devante Bond UFA February 22[6] Chicago Bears
DB Deon Bush UFA March 26[7] Chicago Bears
OL T. J. Clemmings UFA
DB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix UFA March 20[8] Dallas Cowboys
OL Rashaad Coward ERFA April 17[9] Chicago Bears
QB Chase Daniel UFA March 20[10] Detroit Lions
TE J. P. Holtz ERFA April 17[9] Chicago Bears
DB DeAndre Houston-Carson UFA March 31[11] Chicago Bears
LB Isaiah Irving RFA April 3[12] Chicago Bears
LB Nick Kwiatkoski UFA March 27[13] Las Vegas Raiders
OL Ted Larsen UFA
OL Cornelius Lucas UFA March 27[14] Washington Redskins
LB Aaron Lynch UFA
DB Sherrick McManis UFA April 16[15] Chicago Bears
LB Kevin Pierre-Louis UFA March 31[16] Washington Redskins
DE Roy Robertson-Harris RFA April 15[17] Chicago Bears
LS Patrick Scales UFA March 26[7] Chicago Bears
TE Bradley Sowell UFA
LB Danny Trevathan UFA March 13[18] Chicago Bears
DE Brent Urban UFA March 26[7] Chicago Bears
DT Nick Williams UFA March 20[10] Detroit Lions

Entering the 2020 offseason, the Bears had 21 players set to become free agents, including two restricted free agents and two exclusive-rights free agents.[19] Free agency officially began on March 18,[20] though teams were not allowed to immediately announce signings due to physical examinations being delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.[21]


Shortly after the 2019 season came to an end, the Bears signed wide receivers Reggie Davis, Thomas Ives, and Alex Wesley; tight end Dax Raymond; offensive linemen Dino Boyd and Sam Mustipher; linebacker James Vaughters; and defensive backs Xavier Crawford and Stephen Denmark to reserve/future contracts. All nine players were members of the practice squad in 2019, with Vaughters being the only one to play in the regular season that year.[22] On January 6, tight end Darion Clark was also signed to a reserve/future contract; a former college basketball player, Clark had last played football in high school but participated in the USC Trojans football Pro Day in 2018.[23] Two days later, another reserve contract was signed by safety Kentrell Brice, who started 14 games for the 2018 Green Bay Packers.[24]

On January 29, the Bears signed Calgary Stampeders cornerback Tre Roberson on a two-year deal; the Canadian Football League player won the 106th Grey Cup in 2018 and recorded seven interceptions in 2019.[25] Chicago did not sign another player until February 20 when they added Cleveland Browns tight end Demetrius Harris, who played under Nagy in Kansas City, on a one-year contract.[26]

The Bears began making free agent transactions official on March 26. In addition to re-signing free agents like quarterback Tyler Bray whose practice squad contract expired in January,[7][27] the team signed tight end Jimmy Graham, cornerback Artie Burns and safety Jordan Lucas. A five-time Pro Bowler, Graham spent the last two seasons with the Packers; Burns was a former first-round draft pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers with four career interceptions; Lucas was a backup for the Kansas City Chiefs as they won Super Bowl LIV.[7] On March 31, the Bears formally traded for Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles in exchange for a compensatory fourth-round selection in the 2020 NFL Draft; the Super Bowl LII MVP who worked with Nagy in Philadelphia and Kansas City, Foles' lone season in Jacksonville saw him suffer an injury and make only four starts.[28] A day later, offensive lineman Germain Ifedi and linebacker Robert Quinn signed with the team on one- and five-year deals, respectively; a former first-round draft pick, Ifedi had spent his career with the Seattle Seahawks, while Quinn recorded 11.5 sacks with the 2019 Dallas Cowboys.[29][30]

On April 3, the team picked up linebacker Barkevious Mingo on a one-year contract; the ex-first rounder spent much of his only season with the Houston Texans on special teams.[12] Two weeks later, former Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Jason Spriggs and Nevada kicker Ramiz Ahmed were signed to one-year deals.[9] On April 28 and 29, Chicago gave one-year deals to defensive tackle John Jenkins and receiver/return specialist Trevor Davis, respectively. Jenkins played eight games for the Bears in 2017, including one start, and recorded eight tackles.[31] Davis played for the Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins in 2019 as a receiver and return specialist, including catching four passes for 42 yards in the Raiders' win over the Bears that year.[32]

Safety Tashaun Gipson was signed to a one-year deal on May 1. Released by the Texans earlier in the week, he recorded 51 tackles and three interceptions (one of which was returned for a touchdown) in 2019 before being placed on injured reserve.[33] Three days later, the Bears added receiver Ted Ginn Jr., also on a one-year agreement; the 13-year veteran caught 30 passes for 421 yards and two touchdowns for the New Orleans Saints in 2019.[34]


On January 5, guard Kyle Long announced his retirement on Twitter after playing his entire career with the Bears; he struggled with injuries in his later years, including being placed on injured reserve in 2019.[35]

The Bears' first cuts took place on February 21 with receiver Taylor Gabriel and cornerback Prince Amukamara; both players suffered injuries in 2019.[36] Linebacker Leonard Floyd was released on March 17; the former first-round pick recorded 154 tackles, 18.5 sacks, an interception, and three fumble recoveries in four seasons with the Bears, but had just three sacks in 2019.[37]

After free agency began, various Bears players whose contracts expired left for other teams. On March 20, a trio of Bears departed with safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix joining the Dallas Cowboys, while quarterback Chase Daniel and defensive lineman Nick Williams went to the Detroit Lions. In his lone season with the Bears, Clinton-Dix recorded 78 tackles and two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown; as a backup in Chicago, Daniel started three games; Williams recorded six sacks in 2019.[8] A week later, linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski joined the Las Vegas Raiders after recording career bests in tackles (76), sacks (three), and pass breakups (four) as a backup in 2019.[13][38] A pair of Bears in linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis and offensive lineman Cornelius Lucas signed with the Washington Redskins; Pierre-Louis started three games for Chicago in 2019 as he had a career-high 32 tackles, three pass deflections, and an interception, while Lucas started eight games at tackle and allowed just one sack.[16][14]

On April 17, tight end Trey Burton was released. Despite recording career bests in receiving in his first year with the Bears in 2018, he struggled with injuries in 2019.[9] Another tight end Dax Raymond was waived ten days later; he spent the 2019 season on the practice squad after catching three passes for 22 yards in the preseason.[39]

NFL Draft

The Bears entered the 2020 NFL Draft with sports outlets generally agreeing they needed help at tight end, offensive line, and defensive back, with quarterback and wide receiver also being positions that could be bolstered.[40][41][42][43] Prior to the draft, the team met with 46 prospects: three such meetings took place at the player's Pro Day on his respective campus, five at the East–West Shrine Bowl, eight at the Senior Bowl, 11 at the NFL Scouting Combine, and 19 conducted virtually; Houston offensive lineman Josh Jones also participated in a private visit with the Bears.[44]

After not having any picks in the first round for the second consecutive year, Chicago used its two second-round selections on Notre Dame tight end Cole Kmet (No. 43) and Utah cornerback Jaylon Johnson (No. 50). Kmet, who grew up near Chicago and was a Bears fan during his childhood, caught 43 passes for 515 yards and six touchdowns in 2019, while Johnson was named first-team All-Pac-12 Conference and recorded 36 tackles two interceptions during his final year, but fell from his projected first-round draft grade after undergoing surgeries on his shoulders.[45] In the fourth round, the Bears traded their No. 163 selection and a 2021 fourth rounder for the Minnesota Vikings' No. 155 pick, which they used on Tulsa edge rusher Trevis Gipson; in 2019, Gipson led his team in sacks and tackles-for-loss (TFL) with eight and 15, respectively.[46] A second fifth rounder (No. 163) was used to take Georgia Southern cornerback Kindle Vildor, a 2019 first-team All-Sun Belt Conference member who recorded 27 tackles and two interceptions in his final season.[47] Later in the round, the Bears traded the 196th-, 200th-, and 233rd-overall picks to the Eagles for No. 173 and the seventh-round No. 227. Tulane receiver Darnell Mooney was selected with the 173rd-overall pick; Mooney, who ran a 4.38-second 40-yard dash at the Combine, caught 48 passes for 713 yards in 2019 and ended his college career with 19 receiving touchdowns.[48] The final two selections were consecutive picks in seventh round (Nos. 226 and 227) and were used to take offensive linemen: Colorado tackle Arlington Hambright started 11 games for his school in 2019, while Lachavious Simmons started all four years at Tennessee State at guard and tackle.[49]

After the draft, the Bears signed 11 undrafted free agents: running backs Napoleon Maxwell (Florida Atlantic) and Artavis Pierce (Oregon State); receiver Ahmad Wagner (Kentucky); guard Dieter Eiselen (Yale); offensive tackle Badara Traore (LSU); defensive tackles Lee Autry (Mississippi State) and Trevor McSwain (Duke); linebackers Keandre Jones (Maryland), Ledarius Mack (Buffalo), LaCale London (Western Illinois), and Rashad Smith (Florida Atlantic).[50]

2020 Chicago Bears draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
2 43 Cole Kmet  TE Notre Dame via Las Vegas
2 50 Jaylon Johnson  CB Utah
5 155 Trevis Gipson  LB Tulsa via Minnesota
5 163 Kindle Vildor  CB Georgia Southern
5 173 Darnell Mooney  WR Tulane via Philadelphia
7 226 Arlington Hambright  OG Colorado
7 227 Lachavious Simmons  OG Tennessee State via Philadelphia
      Made roster    †   Pro Football Hall of Fame    *   Made at least one Pro Bowl during career


  • In September 2018, the Bears traded their first– and third-round selections (Nos. 19 and 81, respectively), along with 2019 first- and sixth-round selections to the Las Vegas Raiders (known then as the "Oakland Raiders") in exchange for linebacker Khalil Mack and the Raiders' second- (No. 43) and seventh- (No. 226) round selections; the latter of which was originally a conditional fifth-round selection.[51]
  • The Bears traded their original fourth-round selection (No. 125) as well as 2019 third- and fifth-round selections to the New England Patriots in exchange for Patriots' 2019 third- and sixth-round selections.[52]
  • The Bears acquired an additional sixth-round selection (No. 200) in a trade that sent running back Jordan Howard to the Philadelphia Eagles.[53]
  • As the result of the negative differential of free agent signings and departures that the Bears experienced during the first wave of the 2019 free agency period, the team received one compensatory selection, 4th round—No. 140, to compensate for the loss of safety Adrian Amos. It was the first time since 2009 that the Bears received a compensatory selection.[54]

Offseason activities

Training camp will take place at Halas Hall in Lake Forest, Illinois; the Bears had previously held the camp at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais since 2002, but renovations to Halas Hall prompted the move.[55]


Chicago Bears staff
Front office
  • Secretary of the board of directors – Virginia Halas McCaskey
  • Chairman – George McCaskey
  • President/CEO – Ted Phillips
  • General manager – Ryan Pace
  • Senior vice president/General counsel – Cliff Stein
  • Director of player personnel – Josh Lucas
  • Assistant director of player personnel – Champ Kelly
  • Director of college scouting – Mark Sadowski
  • Director of football administration – Joseph Laine
Head coaches
Offensive coaches
Defensive coaches
Special teams coaches
  • Special teams coordinator – Chris Tabor
  • Assistant special teams – Brian Ginn
Strength and conditioning
  • Strength and conditioning – Jason Loscalzo
  • Assistant strength and conditioning – Casey Kramer
  • Strength and conditioning assistant – Pierre Ngo
  • Head athletic trainer – Andre Tucker

Coaching staff
More NFL staffs

AFC East
NFC East

Current roster

Chicago Bears roster

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen


Defensive backs

Special teams

Active/Reserve lists
  • Currently vacant

Rookies in italics

Roster updated May 4, 2020
Depth chartTransactions
83 active, 7 unsigned

AFC rostersNFC rosters


The Bears' preseason schedule was announced on May 7, and is subject to change, pending developments in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[56]

Week Date Time (CT) Opponent Result Record Venue TV Recap
1 August 15 12:00 p.m. Cleveland Browns Soldier Field WPWR
2 August 22 8:05 p.m. at Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High WPWR
3 August 29 12:00 p.m. San Francisco 49ers Soldier Field WPWR
4 September 3 7:00 p.m. at Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium WPWR

Regular season


The Bears' 2020 schedule was announced on May 7, and is subject to change, pending developments in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[56]

Week Date Time (CT) Opponent Result Record Venue TV Recap
1 September 13 12:00 p.m. at Detroit Lions Ford Field Fox
2 September 20 12:00 p.m. New York Giants Soldier Field CBS
3 September 27 12:00 p.m. at Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium Fox
4 October 4 12:00 p.m. Indianapolis Colts Soldier Field CBS
5 October 8 7:20 p.m. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Soldier Field Fox/NFLN/
Amazon Prime
6 October 18 12:00 p.m. at Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium Fox
7 October 26 7:15 p.m. at Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium ESPN
8 November 1 3:25 p.m. New Orleans Saints Soldier Field Fox
9 November 8 12:00 p.m. at Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium Fox
10 November 16 7:15 p.m. Minnesota Vikings Soldier Field ESPN
11 Bye
12 November 29 7:20 p.m. at Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field NBC
13 December 6 12:00 p.m. Detroit Lions Soldier Field Fox
14 December 13 12:00 p.m. Houston Texans Soldier Field CBS
15 December 20 12:00 p.m. at Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Fox
16 December 27 12:00 p.m. at Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Field Fox
17 January 3 12:00 p.m. Green Bay Packers Soldier Field Fox

* Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
* Networks and times from Weeks 6–17 are subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling.


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