Chicago Bears rookie pass rusher Trevis Gipson still has a lot to learn, but he’s already figured out the strong disdain towards Aaron Rodgers.
Back in April, Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace made a couple of moves in the 2020 NFL Draft. Most would have assumed he would make at least one trade, but Pace actually made a couple. The first of them was trading up in the fifth round to grab Tulane pass rusher Trevis Gipson.
There may not have been a better spot for a rookie, later-round pass rusher to end up in this year’s draft. The Bears boast what would end up being the league’s scariest pass rush duo in Khalil Mack and Robert Quinn. What better place to go to learn and grow your game as a rookie?