Report: Sense Around NFL Is Bears Add Established Veteran QB This Offseason

After three seasons of inconsistent play from Mitchell Trubisky, the Bears are expected to bring in competition this offseason.

Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that the sense around the combine is that the Bears will add an established veteran quarterback to push Mitch Trubisky in 2020.

The Titans did just that last year, trading for Ryan Tannehill in an attempt to push Marcus Mariota. Mariota eventually was benched, Tannehill took over and led the team to the AFC Championship Game.

The Bears have a decision to make this offseason on Trubisky’s fifth year option. Bears General Manager Ryan Pace said at the Scouting Combine that the team plans to wait until May before making a decision.

Marcus Mariota, Case Keenum, Philip Rivers and Teddy Bridgewater are among the veteran quarterbacks Chicago could pursue in free agency. Andy Dalton would be one to watch via trade.

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