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Bears will hold QB competition between Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles

Bears will hold QB competition between Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles

Friday morning, Chicago Bears manager Ryan Pace woke up the NFL world nice and early for a surprise statement. Pace went on to talk to the media and announce there will be a QB competition between Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles for the starting job. In an almost surprise statement, some fans were shocked to see the QB competition being announced so early as some thought QB Trubisky would at least get the nod to start the season. However, Pace has other ideas going on as there will be a fair and wide-open competition happening in Chicago. Via Bears insider Stacey Dales, this is what Pace had to say about the competition.

“We were able to dig in on FA, make the Bears a better football team. I can tell you right now, we’re ready for everything. Quarterback position. It’s been a focus for us. We’ve talked to both players, and the way we view this, IT’S AN OPEN COMPETITION”

After Pace made his statements, it seems Foles has just as a chance as Trubisky for the starting job. However, head coach Matt Nagy decided to address the competition and had a more interesting statement backing up Trubisky.

“While it is an “open competition,” Mitchell Trubisky will enter as the QB1 and take first-team reps. “Mitchell will be going first in the huddle,” Nagy said about the fight between Foles and Trubisky”

Last updated: Fri 3rd April 2020

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