Bears Rumors focus on quarterback Mitch Trubisky as the Bears publicly committed to him as their starting QB in 2020. GM Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy both believe in Trubisky but want to see improvement in 2020. Is Trubisky the long-term answer for the Chicago Bears? NFL Daily host Harrison Graham discusses that and the other Bears Rumors & News on today’s show.
The Bears are revamping their offensive staff as they have fired Offensive Coordinator Mark Helfrich, Tight Ends coach Kevin Gilbride, Offensive Line coach Harry Hiestand & Assistant Special Teams coach Brock Olivo. Matt Nagy is looking to to jump start this offense around Mitchell Trubisky. If Trubisky isn’t the answer, could the Bears trade for Redskins’ quarterback Alex Smith? Smith had the best statistical seasons of his career under Matt Nagy when he was the Chiefs’ Offensive Coordinator. Smith is still recovering from his leg injury, but insists he wants to return in 2020.
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In other Bears news, Chicago has committed to Eddy Piniero as their kicker for 2020. Piniero had a midseason slump, but finished strong by making his final 11 kicks of the 2019 season. Ryan Pace also announced that the team is considering surgery for Mitch Trubisky’s left shoulder. Trubisky played most of the season with a partially torn labrum in his left shoulder.
**After filming, the Bears hired Juan Castillo as their new Offensive Line coach**
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Here’s the list of topics discussed on today’s Bears Rumors show:
– Bears fire 4 assistant coaches
– Trubisky named the 2020 starter
– Surgery for Trubisky?
– Sign Alex Smith
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