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Bears named NFL's most improved team this offseason

helmet-main-041823 columnist Jeffri Chadiha has identified the Bears as the league's most improved team this offseason.

"The Bears came into this offseason with high expectations and they delivered in all ways possible," Chadiha wrote. "They added more veteran help on offense -- running back D'Andre Swift, wide receiver Keenan Allen and tight end Gerald Everett -- and signed blossoming star cornerback Jaylon Johnson to an extension."

"Of course, the home run came in the draft. By taking quarterback Caleb Williams first overall and wide receiver Rome Odunze eight picks later, the Bears now have an offense that could become the most exciting in franchise history … This is a team that saw its defense grow considerably in the second half of last season."

Chadiha ranked the NFL's nine most improved teams, with the Bears followed by the Eagles, Jets, Lions, Steelers, Texans, Chargers, Bengals and Commanders.

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