The next installment for 2019 player projections will focus on the tight ends in Chicago as outside of starter Trey Burton; the rest is wide open.
One of the biggest reasons as to why the Bears improved so much as a team on the offensive side of the ball a season ago was the play from second-year QB Mitch Trubisky. Coaching and development played a part in that role but so did an influx of new wide receiver options that emerged as strong targets throughout the season.
We are now five weeks away from training camp kicking off for our Bears and with mini camp just concluded let’s look ahead to what we should be focusing on once camp starts.
Continuing with the theme of player projections in the backfield, we move ahead to the fullbacks which will be an interesting battle to watch all summer
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