Chicago Bears Rumors are heating up as the NFL offseason is here for every team except the Chiefs and 49ers. Mitch Trubisky questions continue to pop up as Bears fans want to know if Chicago will pick up his 5th year option. The Bears have until May 4th to make that decision. Ryan Pace & Matt Nagy have committed to Trubisky for 2020, but will they commit to him long-term? Chicago Bears Now host Harrison Graham answers that question and more on today’s Bears Mailbag IN THE VIDEO ABOVE AND BELOW.
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The Bears are expected to have around $21 million in salary cap space once free agency starts based on adjusted salary cap projections. Chicago can save over $26 million in cap space by cutting Leonard Floyd, Prince Amukamara and Taylor Gabriel. That would allow the Bears to have more flexibility in signing other free agents.
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Chicago Bears Rumors Mailbag Questions:
- Will the Bears exercise Trubisky’s 5th year option?
- Is Trubisky the QB of the future?
- How does the Bears salary cap look?
- Bears free agency
- Should Cordarrelle Patterson be used more?
- Was trading Jordan Howard a mistake?
- Draft or sign a strong safety?
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