One of the biggest questions for the Chicago Bears in 2021 is the quarterback position. Mitchell Trubisky becomes a free agent when the new league year begins on March 17 and is not expected to be back with the team. The other quarterback on the roster, Nick Foles , remains under contract with Chicago through 2022 and carries a $6.7 million cap hit this year. Last season, in nine games, Foles completed 64.7% of his passes for 1,852 yards with 10 touchdowns and eight interceptions. During a recent interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Bears general manager Ryan Pace had good things to say about Foles. "I respect the way he handled a lot of adversity this year, not just for himself in the quarterback room," Pace said . "He was a leader in the room as a starter or as a backup. And . . . when he was playing, there were some things that, in fairness to him, the offensive line was a little unsettled and the run game wasn't quite where we wanted it to be." This will be Foles' second season with Chicago after being traded by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Foles also has stops with Philadelphia, St. Louis, and… Read full this story
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