Dax Raymond is fighting for a roster spot with the Chicago Bears. The Utah State tight end was viewed as one of the top undrafted free agents after the draft concluded this year and he quickly landed in Chicago. He is someone with a lot of upside who fits a need on Chicago’s roster. Many have been crediting the Bears for being able to sign him this offseason and one of those people is Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy.

“During Senior Bowl selection process we reached out to numerous NFL teams and most projected Raymond in Rounds 3-4,” Nagy tweeted. “Age and medical red flags cause him to slide but we’d be very surprised if Dax didn’t make Chicago Bears 53-man roster.”

Nagy’s stance on Raymond should not be glossed over. He spent 18 years in the NFL in a variety of different scouting roles. He was also a part of six teams that went to the Super Bowl and his teams won the Super Bowl four times (Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks).

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