The Chicago Bears continue to roll along in training camp and while the hype is surrounding the QB situation, the TE's are making noise as well.
So far in camp, veteran Jimmy Graham has looked healthy and ready to contribute while rookie Cole Kmet looks like he fits right in.
Kmet has turned heads at training camp so far and the second round pick is putting himself in a position to contribute right away.
Adam Jahns and Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic both believe he's been one of the best players at camp.
"Jahns: Kmet has the potential to be a true game-changer — immediately. Again, I’m not going to sit here and write that an All-Pro season is coming for the Bears’ second-round pick in his first season. But I think that the Bears have seen enough in camp to know that he can contribute this season. He’s big, he’s strong and he’s pretty darn fast for 6-foot-6 and 262 pounds. The Bears now have two legitimate threats at tight end — which they never had in Nagy’s first two seasons.
Fishbain: Kmet was the quintessential “looks the part” player for me in camp. He’s smooth and made a few big catches, plus most importantly, he clearly has the trust of the coaches to run with the starters."
What do you think of Jahns and Fishbain's comments?