Breaking down the Bears’ $23.51 million in dead money in 2023

The Chicago Bears have actually revamped their lineup this offseason, where basic supervisor Ryan Poles included some crucial factors in complimentary firm and the NFL draft.

Where things presently stand, the Bears have $32.57 million in income cap area, which is one of the most in the NFL. Chicago has actually hinted they may not be done including gamers through complimentary firm, specifically at edge rush, which stays the group’s greatest enigma.

According to Over The Cap, the Bears have $23.51 million in dead cash for the 2023 season, which is the 13th-most in the NFL. That’s a far cry from some other groups in the league, consisting of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ($75.32 million) and Los Angeles Rams ($74.22 million).

Here’s a take a look at these previous Bears who add to their $23 million-plus in dead cap in 2023:

DE Robert Quinn

AP Photo/Duane Burleson

AP Photo/Duane Burleson

2023 dead cash: $13.23 million

POUND Danny Trevathan

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Brad Rempel-U.S.A. TODAY Sports

2023 dead cash: $3.77 million

DT Mario Edwards Jr.

AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn

AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn

2023 dead cash: $2.17 million

RB Tarik Cohen

AP Photo/Jose Juarez

AP Photo/Jose Juarez

2023 dead cash: $1.75 million

DE Jeremiah Attaochu

2023 dead cash: $800,000

2023 dead cash: $500,000

DE Al-Quadin Muhammad

AP Photo/Kamil Krzaczynski

AP Photo/Kamil Krzaczynski

2023 dead cash: $500,000

Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Scott Galvin-U.S.A. TODAY Sports

2023 dead cash: $500,000

OL Zachary Thomas

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Gary A. Vasquez-U.S.A. TODAY Sports

2023 dead cash: $143,739

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