If there was one collaborative thought that was correct during the Chicago Bears press conference on Wednesday, it is that the team will be addressing the quarterback position this off-season.
The quarterback problem for the Bears is the same problem that General Manager Ryan Pace promised to correct when he made the decision to let Jay Cutler go after the 2016 position. The same quarterback problem that Pace started to solve with the signing of free agent quarterback Mike Glennon prior to the 2017 season. The same quarterback problem that Pace believed he addressed when he selected Mitchell Trubisky with the second overall selection in the 2017 NFL Draft. The same quarterback problem that Pace believed he solved when he traded a fourth round pick for Nick Foles last March.