Halas Intrigue, Episode 91: The open QB competition

Who will be the favorite, Nick Foles or Mitch Trubisky?

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Mitch Trubisky isn’t guaranteed to be the Bears’ starting quarterback next season.

Mitch Trubisky isn’t guaranteed to be the Bears’ starting quarterback next season.

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Patrick Finley and Jason Lieser talk about the Bears’ declaration of an open quarterback competition, and whether that favors Nick Foles or Mitch Trubisky.

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