The Chicago Bears keep things rolling at training camp and the QB battle continues rolling as well.
Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles have both had their good days and bad days at training camp.
Both guys have worked with first team offense and it's been pretty secretive as head coach Matt Nagy has praised both guys on different days without ever labelling one as having the clear lead.
According to Nagy, it's going to stay a secret.
Nagy told reporters this weekend that he would not name a starting quarterback before Week 1's game against the Detroit Lions.
That means both guys still have two weeks to try and take the lead and stand out at camp.
#Bears coach Matt Nagy tells reporters that he won’t publicly name a starting QB before the opener vs. the #Lions. So... game on.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 29, 2020