The Chicago Bears have some interesting decisions to make and one of them is at quarterback.
General manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy have both given Mitch Trubisky their vote of confidence for the 2020 season, however the same can't be said for Chase Daniels.
Daniels is an unrestricted free agent and more than likely won't be back next year as Trubisky's quarterback.
With question marks surrounding Trubisky, some QB competition during camp is needed and one NFL exec believes that's exactly why Marcus Mariota will find himself in Chicago.
"I could see Chicago [for Mariota]," the exec said. "Ryan Pace wants to stick with Mitch [Trubisky], and this way Mariota can start games but isn't a total replacement, leaving room for Trubisky to regain his confidence and play well."
Before Pace fell in love with Trubisky, he fell in love with Mariota in 2015 and even wanted to trade Jay Cutler in a package to move up and draft him.
"We’ve done enough research on him that I think he’s a good quarterback. That [system] doesn’t scare me away from it at all.” Pace said back in 2015.
If Mariota were to accept a one year deal like Ryan Tannehill did with the Titans, would you take Mariota as the Bears backup QB?