One of the big storylines to start the Chicago Bears season was wide receiver Allen Robinson going into the final year of his contract.
Robinson made it clear that he wanted to be a Bear for life and sign a contract as soon as possible.
General manager Ryan Pace didn't exactly make it seem the feeling was mutual.
Pace stayed pretty silent regarding Robinson's campaign to be signed to an extension and now it seems like there might be no plans on an extension.
Robinson addressed the situation on Tuesday and it sounds like he's just focused on finishing the season and hitting free agency.
"After Week 2 or Week 3, I was putting that behind me," Robinson said. "It comes down to just playing. That’s the most important thing right now. It’s about playing, playing well and trying to help get this thing turned around.
"At the end of the day, I’m putting all that behind me. That’ll be talked about, whatever will come from that will come from that. That’s none of my concern right now. So whatever that road is, when we get there, we get there."
With the Bears not discussing any sort of contract with Robinson, it's definitely starting to feel like this will be ARob's last season in a Bears' uniform.