1. Chicago Bears
It seems like the Chicago Bears have already seen enough of quarterback Mitch Trubiski and are ready to move on from him this offseason, so they will probably have a new starting signal-caller in 2021.
Regardless of who takes snaps under center, the Bears will need to surround him with weapons. Wide receiver Allen Robinson will be one of the most coveted players in the open market and a team (maybe the Jaguars) could outbid them for his services. If ‘A-Rob’ leaves Chicago, they will need someone to play opposite of Darnell Mooney, who should have a breakout season in 2021.
The Bears are currently $6 million in the red, so it will probably be a herculean task to re-sign Robinson. However, if they get creative with their cap situation, they could have enough room to sign someone like Keelan Cole in the open market.
John DeFilippo, who recently got promoted to passing game coordinator, worked with Cole back when he was the Jaguars’ offensive coordinator. His presence in ‘Chi Town’ could convince the wide receiver to sign with the Bears. Cole hasn’t been as productive as Robinson has been in their careers. However, he could offer stability to a Bears wide receiver corps that lacks experience heading into the 2021 season.