The Bears essentially gave away Jordan Howard today, trading him to Philly for a conditional 6th round pick. Howard was their main running back the past three seasons but has hands of stone and is a plodding runner. The Bears picked up Mike Davis recently, but he's even more of a mediocrity, just 862 career rushing yards over four seasons with SF and Seattle, though he was pretty good with the Seahawks last season. So that theoretically at least should boost Ryan Nall's position on the Bears' depth chart, although nothing that happened last season gave the slightest indication that he'll ever get an opportunity from Nagy. The Bears will likely draft a running back with mouth-watering upside or otherwise find ways to continue to ignore the big, talented back that languished on their practice squad all of the 2018 season.