Chicago Bears trade up, take QB Trubisky with No. 2 pick

Former UNC quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is starting his National Football League career with the Chicago Bears.

While Glennon will most likely be Chicago's starter September 6 against the Atlanta Falcons for the team's first regular season game of the 2017 season, the addition of Trubisky asks the question: Who will be former QB Jay Cutler's successor?

Trubisky started just 13 games in his college career, passing for 4,762 yards and 41 touchdowns while throwing just 10 interceptions in three seasons.

There had been much speculation that the Browns would pass on Garrett, a once-in-a-generation pass rusher widely regarded as the best player in the draft, in favour of North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.

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Trubisky joins defensive lineman Julius Peppers and linebacker Lawrence Taylor being chosen second overall in the draft out of UNC.

The Bears signed Mike Glennon earlier in the offseason as the presumed starter. This time, it was a shocking move to get a quarterback. He was one of the most accurate college passers in 2016 completing 68.0% of his 447 pass attempts. The Bears sent the 49ers their No. 3 overall pick, a third-rounder and fourth-rounder in this draft and a 2018 third-rounder to move up one spot to take Trubisky.

It's only pick No. 2, but this draft is already getting insane.

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