Mitch Morse (C)
Given how much favoritism Nagy has shown for Bryan Witzmann who is starting at right guard in place of Kyle Long despite being added during the season? He no doubt would jump at the chance to sign Mitch Morse. The veteran has been the starter at center for the Kansas City Chiefs since being drafted in 2015. During that time he’s been a consistently good pass blocker. In fact, he has not allowed a sack since his rookie year.
He’s also been a fairly competent run blocker. The key for him is can he stay healthy? Morse has battled injury problems the past two seasons and the Chiefs have shown they’re not afraid to let players better than him go in favor of other options. The Bears could plug him in at center and move Cody Whitehair, whose snap issues resurfaced, to replace Kyle Long at right guard to give them a quality interior trio along with James Daniels.