Chicago Bears: 6 non-playoff quarterbacks to trade for

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Chicago Bears, Josh Rosen
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Josh Rosen, Miami Dolphins

I know what many of you are thinking, and I tend to agree with you. Josh Rosen hasn’t done much as a pro in his first two years, but he’s also been thrown into two terrible situations to start his career. Does anybody actually want this guy?

If the Bears could get Rosen for a late-round pick, at this point, would they do it?

Honestly, I think Rosen would be the perfect low-risk type of quarterback to bring in and compete with Trubisky. Both guys are still very young, and Rosen still has some untapped potential depending on who you ask.

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Trading for Rosen wouldn’t mean you’re trying to trade for your future franchise quarterback, but if he panned out, you win. Pace should at least mull the idea over, especially with a team like the Miami Dolphins who are in full rebuild mode.

The one thing that intrigues me about Rosen is that he is sneaky athletic. Last year, he hardly used his legs. But, I think that was a product of scheme. Over his rookie campaign, Rosen ran the ball 23 times for 138 yards — an average of 6.0 yards per tote.