4 teams that could still tempt Commanders with whopping Chase Young trade offer

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Commanders could trade Chase Young to the Bears

It's been an offseason of frenzied activity for the Chicago Bears as they look to go from the NFL's worst team to NFC North title glory in one campaign. General manager Ryan Poles has been incredibly active, spending big in free agency and also getting significant assets after trading the No. 1 overall selection in the 2023 NFL Draft to the Carolina Panthers.

This also included wide receiver D.J. Moore, so there are no more excuses for quarterback Justin Fields entering Year 3 of his professional career. On the other side of the football, Chicago looks a little light of capable edge rushing options, which might be a problem when push comes to shove.

The Bears have enough draft capital and spare financial resources to make an enticing offer to the Washington Commanders for Chase Young. It also represents the sort of aggressive move that's becoming synonymous with Poles since taking the front office role.

In all honesty, it would be a shock of epic proportions if the Commanders traded Young before the campaign got underway. Ron Rivera seems excited to have him back and there's every chance the No. 2 overall selection in 2020 silences his doubters with a big chip on his shoulder.

However, if the player gets hurt or doesn't improve his production, then Washington might cut their losses and get what they can for Young before the deadline.