On the first day of free agency, the Chicago Bears’ actions spoke louder than words.
At the NFL Combine, Chicago Bears’ general manager Ryan Pace seemed to give Mitchell Trubisky a vote of confidence. He clearly and unambiguously declared Trubisky was their starting quarterback. Or did he? Well, if the Bears’ actions on the first day of the legal tampering period were any indication, the answer is an unequivocal ‘no.’
While Pace may have publicly stated their support, there were a couple of huge qualifiers to those comments.