One more day and more mock drafts put Teven Jenkins in Chicago. The dean of the NFL Draft gurus, Mel Kiper, released a two-round mock draft on Tuesday and the Oklahoma State right tackle made too much sense for the Bears at No. so he was the pick.
"I like Kyle Trask," said Mora, the former Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks coach. "I think he's been incredibly productive at Florida. I think that he's played for a head coach at Florida (Dan Mullen) that's a good quarterbacks coach.
Barring an unforeseen move up in the NFL Draft, the Bears have plotted their 2021 course with a 33-year-old starting quarterback who hasn't played at a high level since 2015. Andy Dalton had problems with Dallas last year behind a struggling offensive line, all the while backed by a poor defense. With Cincinnati over the last half of his career, he struggled as well.