The Chicago Bears are in a tricky position heading into 2020. Following a disappointing 2019 campaign, the team will likely spend most of the shortened offseason debating whether to start newcomer Nick Foles at quarterback or keep the incumbent starter, Mitchell Trubisky.
Ted Ginn Jr. does hedge his bets a bit, essentially saying he'll give full effort regardless of who is under center, but his assertion that Trubisky will start is certainly eye-opening, to say the least.
Neither quarterback was particularly effective last season, but both have absolutely shown flashes in the past. In one of the strangest offseason periods in recent memory, this training camp battle will be one key storyline to watch. But Ginn's confidence certainly bodes well for Trubisky.
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