Veteran ends Julius Peppers and Israel Idonije are the starters at this point. Chauncey Davis, Corey Wootton and Thaddeus Gibson are the other ends on the roster.
Davis was signed to a two-year deal following a Week 10 win over the Detroit Lions replacing rotational end Nick Reed.
In six games last season, the 29-year-old Davis recorded nine tackles and one sack as the fourth defensive end.
He racked up four tackles in his first game as a Bear in Week 12 against Oakland. Two weeks later against Denver he made three tackles and one sack.
He has the potential to be a major contributor for this team next year. He has been solid as a run stopper in his seven seasons in the NFL.
He has over 200 tackles and 11 sacks to his NFL career. In six seasons in Atlanta, Davis made over 200 tackles and 10 sacks.
Third-year pro Corey Wootton has lots of potential, but he hasn’t been able to stay healthy in his first two seasons in the league.
With that being said Davis has a chance in his second season in Chicago to be a big part of the rotation at defensive end.
The Bears have the 19th selection in this month’s draft. Defensive end could be where the Bears decide to go.
Cornerback, wide receiver and offensive tackle are also areas of need for them.
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