The Bears may have given away their draft plans with new personnel interview
Since most of the first-round draft order has been determined, Patriots' fans now have to consider who the two teams picking before them will select on draft night. Many question what direction the Bears and Commanders will go since both could take a quarterback or another offensive weapon.
When looking at mock drafts, the consensus has Chicago taking USC's Caleb Williams to replace Justin Fields despite the lack of indication that they plan to move on from the young quarterback.
Although they could also take Marvin Harrison Jr. to put their offense over the top, pairing him with D.J. Moore, the latest news regarding an expected interview may have provided an incidental hint at their draft plans.
According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, former Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury will interview for the Bears' offensive coordinator job. He recently worked as an offensive analyst and quarterbacks coach at USC, the same school Williams attended.
When you put two and two together, one would conclude this is in preparation for Williams being drafted first overall in April. It could be just a premature assumption, but it sure does seem like an odd coincidence.