The search has missed its mark thus far.
The latest missed attempt(s) came Friday during coach Matt Nagy's kicking competition.
"Two for eight, that's not good enough," Nagy told reporters after the practice. "Now I will say this: We always look at the end result of what happened, which is 100 percent what matters, but as we're learning, two of those eight holds and snaps, it wasn't 100 percent. I'll leave it at that. We've got to work through that. That's why after today we're not going to go out and make rash, brash decisions or anything. We're gonna play it out.
As for the distance of 43 yards?
The two makes are greater than the combined amount of NFL games played by the quartet on the roster, which adds up to zero.
Parkey was released in March.
Prior to that, Jones, who converted 74.6 percent of his field goals at Tulsa, inked a reserve/future deal in January.
Blewitt, who made just less than 70 percent of his kicks at Pitt, was signed in early March following a tryout.
Following a perfect 14-for-14 showing for the AAF's Orlando Apollos, Fry came aboard the Bears' roster in mid-April and Baron II, a San Diego State product with a 83.3 percent accuracy on his field goals, was an undrafted free agent.
A double-doink miss concluded Chicago's turnaround 2018 season and the best hope to remedy the ills of the kicking game going into the 2019 campaign remains hard to find for the Bears.
"We have a method to our madness," Nagy said. "I think for us, just besides finding a kicker and being able to see what they can do in practice, we want to be able to see as much as we can in game situations as they handle that too. It's one thing to go out there and bang eight for eight when it doesn't really matter. But what about when it matters?"