Chicago Bears Rumors: Why trading for Derek Carr is a no-braineron February 21, 2020 at 11:00 am

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The rumors are swirling and social media is buzzing. Could the Chicago Bears actually land Derek Carr?

Thursday was an eventful day at the office for Chicago Bears fans; and by eventful day at the office, I mean, an active day on social media.

It all started when Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr riled us up by posting a photo on his instagram without a caption. The photo simply showed he and Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack hugging it out after last year’s game in London.

Carr and Mack are, of course, good friends and former teammates.

Then, fans noticed Carr’s previous post was of the quarterback appearing to thank Raiders fans or, if you go out on a limb, say ‘goodbye.’

If you combine those two posts with one of Carr’s brothers tweeting this expression, also with zero caption, fans are going to start to wonder what’s going on.

To top it all off, NFL Insider Benjamin Allbright gave us this nugget.

Queue The Office gif titled, ‘Oh my God! It’s happening!’

It is no secret that the Raiders have been linked to free agent quarterback Tom Brady. But, beyond any speculation in regards to Brady, many have long considered Raiders head coach Jon Gruden to have the desire to go out and get his own quarterback.

After all, Gruden signed a 10-year deal to coach the Raiders. He still has eight of those left. Despite what Gruden might tell the public, many have believed Gruden has had his issues with Carr and would eventually like to cut ties with Carr and go get ‘his guy,’ whomever that may be.

So, with all of the rumors floating around and the social media flares we have seen, we have to wonder: Is Ryan Pace about to pull off another big trade?

My question is: Why wouldn’t he? This is a no-brainer, and for three key reasons.

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