Report: Danny Trevathan is ‘sure’ he’ll talk with Bears

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Danny Trevathan’s only focus right now is the Super Bowl.

But once the Broncos linebacker is done chasing Cam Newton and the Panthers on Sunday, he could be sizing up a new team.

The fourth-year player will hit the free-agent market, and he’ll be high on most team’s wish-list.

How would he fit with the Bears and former coach John Fox?


“I believe I can fit in any scheme. Coach Fox is one of the guys that gave me the opportunity to showcase I can fit within the scheme. I’m sure it’ll be there, I’m sure we’ll end up talking, but right now my main focus is this game. Whatever happens, happens. This game could make or break my contracts. It’s up to me to make the most of it. I think I’m doing a good job right now and I’m locked in and focused.”

Trevathan, 25, leads the Broncos in tackles (109) this season and will be looking to get a huge bump from the $1.5 million he made this season.

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