As the 2021 NFL Draft gets closer, the Chicago Bears still don’t have a long-term solution at the quarterback position. The franchise did invest in veteran Andy Dalton this offseason but Dalton isn’t a long-term option. Rather, the 33-year-old quarterback is nothing more than a bridge option who’s going to buy the Bears time to figure out QB.
One name that’s been floated around recently is Texas A&M’s Kellen Mond. Not considered to be one of the top prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft, Mond’s film has many wondering: Should the Bears buy into the Mond hype and take him on day two or three of the 2021 NFL Draft as a developmental player?