Since they might have first-round pick Chris Williams gone until November, the Chicago Bears have reportedly have thought about bringing veteran tackle Fred Miller or guard Ruben Brown back to the team.
The Chicago Bears released Fred Miller in February of this year for salary cap reasons.
Miller had two years left on his five-year, $25.5 million contract. He was due a $500,000 bonus on March 1 and scheduled to make $4 million this season.
Fred Miller is 35 years old, but the Ravens, Texans and Bears are all interested in him.
They might need to make this move because they are not only missing Chris Williams, but they are also missing Terrance Metcalf.
Metcalf had knee surgery, and no one knows how long he will be out.
If the Chicago Bears do bring Fred Miller back, they can put John Tait at LT and John St. Clair at LG.
They would look better than Josh Beekman or Anthony Oakley at LG, who both have 0 career starts in the NFL.
Personally, I think bringing Fred Miller back would be a big mistake, he was very bad last season.
Who knows what Fred Miller can do, but the Bears should take a look at Ruben Brown if they want someone.
Ruben Brown is 36 years old and the Bears need someone right now.
If the Bears sign anyone it should be Ruben Brown, he is a better player than Fred Miller.
I would like to see Ruben Brown in a Bears uniform this season.
Ruben Brown has expressed interest in coming back to the Bears.