Rotowire: Jan 8 / 4:05p ET
News: McClellin finished the 2014 season with 36 tackles and one sack over 12 games.
Impact: McClellin played exclusively at linebacker during his third NFL season, but looked to be miscast in the role. His lack of coverage skills made the team reluctant to use him as a three-down linebacker, and he failed to generate enough pass rush to make up for that deficiency. With the Bears bringing in a new general manager this coming season, it wouldn't be a surprise if McClellin is cut or traded.
Rotowire: Dec 9 / 6:42a ET
News: McClellin collected six tackles in last Thursday's loss to the Cowboys.
Impact: McClellin is averaging just a shade over three tackles a game and has only one sack through 10 contests, making him an unappealing option in IDP formats. The third-year player will have one more year on his contract after this season, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Bears attempt to deal the former first-rounder, who hasn't been overly impressive in his transition from defensive line to linebacker.