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.
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