It appears the Bears aren't done adding more weapons to their defense. 


With ​tons of talent already at Vic Fangio's disposal, Chicago is turning their focus over to veteran leadership. Although their pass rush is already dominated by Akiem Hicks and Leonard Floyd, the Bears have just signed outside linebacker Kasim Edebali. 

​​Edebali doesn't specialize in one phase, but he's definitely a solid addition for this young roster.


Throughout his four-year career, the versatile linebacker has shown promise when given the chance. During his time in New Orleans, Edebali registered five sacks in a third-down role. Fortunately for the veteran, he'll be joining some familiar faces in the Windy City. 


In the Big Easy, Edebali and Hicks were both members of a talented defensive line. As for the front office, Bears GM Ryan Pace was actually director of player personnel for the Saints. 


Considering that Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, and Kirk Cousins are the opposing quarterbacks in the ​NFC North, adding more experience to the front seven is extremely crucial.