Khalil Mack and Jaylon Johnson. GM Ryan Pace confirmed neither required surgery for injuries they had at the end of last season. "So it's just a matter of strengthening and getting ready to roll when we start back up," Bears GM Ryan Pace.
Everything's on the table in regard to the quarterback situation,” Pace said Tuesday. And honestly, that includes players on our current roster. And that includes free agency, a trade, the draft and a combination of all those."
Matt Nagy addressed the media on Tuesday, where he talked about the Bears' direction in 2021. Naturally, Twitter had plenty to say.