After trading back in the draft to get extra picks, the Bears went about finding their quarterback of the future a tight end with whom to grow.
The Bears surely hope he will be. It’s why they traded up to draft him with the second overall pick.
In the latest episode of Halas Intrigue, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley talks to Mitch Trubisky about his selection as the Bears’ quarterback:
The Bears loved Mitch Trubisky and did what they had to do to get him.
Over 20 years, the Bears have spent nearly $12.5 million to settle workers’ comp claims filed by players incl. Urlacher, Forte. See who got how much.
With a chance to get a potential difference-making defender with the No. 3 overall pick in the NFL draft, the Bears instead went for a quarterback.
In a bold move, the Bears traded up to the second pick to draft Mitch Trubisky.