The Chicago Bears currently have just one safety under contract heading into 2021 — Eddie Jackson — which means they should prioritize returning some familiar faces in the secondary, including Deon Bush.
While we’re currently riding the Russell Wilson to the Chicago Bears hype train, there’s another star quarterback that wants out of his current franchise that the Bears have shown plenty of interest in: Deshaun Watson.
The oddsmakers can read. They just don't care. After Russell Wilson's people told Adam Schefter of ESPN the four teams he'd be in favor of playing for if traded, it became fairly apparent which places he'd be if the Seattle Seahawks lost their mind and decided to make a trade.
One of the biggest questions in the NFL this offseason is which team will Carson Wentz end up on? The Eagles appear to be shopping the talented but inconsistent quarterback around the league and according to Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer, the Chicago Bears have emerged as the favorite to land Wentz.
When Mitchell Trubisky lost his job as the Bears' starting quarterback in Week 3, many wondered if he was done as a starting QB in the NFL. But after Chicago lost 6 consecutive games with Nick Foles, Trubisky was given another opportunity.
Robinson still hasn't landed an extension with the Bears, which could be the reason for some of his frustration with the organization, but it's worth noting that he may never see a deal put on the table from Chicago.
Montgomery, a 2019 third-round draft pick, leads the Bears with 472 rushing yards, 131 carries, and 27 rushing first downs. The 23-year-old has also contributed 30 catches for 212 yards and two total touchdowns this season.