Nick Foles and Mitch Trubisky have an “open” QB competition




The Chicago Bears apparently do not view Nick Foles as just an insurance policy.

Two weeks after The Jacksonville veteran smuggler was acquired in an exchange, Bears general manager Ryan Pace said Friday that the team would give the Poles the opportunity to seize Mitchell Trubisky’s home.

“With the addition of Nick Foles, that’s exactly what we’ve been talking about from the start – we want to create competition,” Pace said in a conference call. “We talked to the two players and it’s an open competition. “

Foles, 31, lasted only one season in Jacksonville after signing a four-year, $ 88 million contract last season. After returning from a broken collarbone in the first game of the season, he lost his first job in December to rookie Gardner Minshew.

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