Henry Melton has officially closed the door on his five-year career with Bears.
When the offseason began, signs pointed to the Bears re-signing defensive tackle Henry Melton, likely to a one-year, prove-it contract coming off his season-ending torn ACL three games into the 20
The point of every offseason is to improve from where a team finished the previous season: fix deficiencies, upgrade both the top, middle and bottom of the roster, mesh players with schemes.
The Bears still need to draft a starting cornerback of the future to pair with Tim Jennings.
With the signings of Lamarr Houston at defensive end and re-signings of Jeremiah Ratliff and Nate Collins at defensive tackle, plus re-upping middle linebacker D.J.