Mitchell Trubisky: As many know over the last week, Trubisky has become a betting favorite for winning the MVP. The real excitement is generated from the fact that the team added more weapons during this offseason. Also, he has a full year of Nagy's offense under his belt. His growth was really week to week during the season. That growth is expected to continue this season.
Dax Raymond: This UDFA is a popular name with tons of fans already. With tight end being a position that needs some upgrading, Pace and Nagy really added players that fit what they have built in the locker room. Also, while adding players that are versatile on the field. The area he should stick out the most is his ability to get open and body up defenders to make a catch. He will need to learn some special teams duties to help his chances of making the roster even more.
Anthony Miller: In his rookie season, with only one good arm, Miller lead the team in receiving touchdowns. Now, in his sophomore season, we get to see what he can do when healthy. He will continue to create match up issues for all defenses he will face. With the talent he possesses, he will make himself a very favorable target for his QB.
David Montgomery: What a talent David Montgomery is for the Bears to get in the third round of the draft. A running back that can do everything on the field is a very dangerous man. The greatest trait he possesses is the ability to keep the play alive and not go down early. It will be interesting to watch how this team finds ways to use all three of the running backs during games.
James Daniels: Football begins in the trenches on the offensive and defensive lines. The Bears will return all their starters from 2018 with just a slight change at center. Daniels will now be in that spot and Cody Whitehair will move to guard. This should help solidify the offensive line even more than last season. The chemistry this squad already has will continue to help them out even more.
Now that training camp is only three weeks away. Who are you most excited for?
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