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The Chicago Bears entered the 2020 NFL Draft with a total of nine tight ends on the roster. Seriously! Just a few weeks ago, the Bears gave Jimmy Graham a two-year deal worth $16 million. For a team that went from 12-4 in 2018 to 8-8 in 2019, tight end wasn’t exactly a pressing need.

What did the Bears do with their first pick of the 2020 Draft, then? Add another tight end, of course! Chicago selected Notre Dame’s Cole Kmet, a very good player who was projected to be a potential first-round target for some teams, but who is also the Bears’ 10th tight end. He joins a list that includes:

Jimmy Graham
Demetrius Harris
Adam Shaheen
Ben Braunecker
Jesper Horsted
J.P. Holtz
Eric Saubert
Dax Raymond
Darion Clark

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