Foreman parlayed an impressive stretch with the Titans into an even more impressive 2022 season with the Panthers, and now he lands in Chicago, where he'll have legitimate competition for touches. The Bears bring back veteran Khalil Herbert, who was uber productive on a per-touch basis in 2022, and they drafted Roschon Johnson. If Foreman can earn the definitive short-yardage and red-zone role, in addition to the early down role, he would return certain value in standard scoring formats as a 12th-round pick.
Foreman signed with the Bears after showing well in relief of Derrick Henry (injured) in Tennessee in 2021 and Christian McCaffrey (traded) in Carolina in 2022. During that span, Foreman faced an average of 7.22 box defenders per carry (highest among 25 RBs with 400-plus carries) and still posted a healthy 4.40 YPC. Foreman isn't an option in the pass game (23 career catches in 43 games), but he'll provide value to Chicago as an effective, 236-pound early-down/short-yardage option. Foreman figures to defer a decent share of touches to some combination of Khalil Herbert, Travis Homer and Roschon Johnson, so the 27-year-old is a long shot for consistent flex production.