It’s definitely smoke screen time around the NFL. With the draft itself set to kick off in just a few days, teams are sending a bunch of different signals to the media in an attempt to gain a upper-hand over their competition. The most-interesting dynamic heading into the annual event has to be what the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers plan to do with the first two picks in the draft. It has long been concluded that Cleveland would nab former Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett with the first pick. That’s been thrown for a loop in recent weeks with reports suggesting that the team is torn between Garrett and former North Carolina signal caller Mitch Trubisky. Meanwhile, San Francisco is trying desperately to move down from the second pick. Sitting at three, the Chicago Bears are the one team that’s most impacted by what Cleveland and San Francisco do. They were previously linked to former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson, which makes sense even after the team signed Mike Glennon last month.
Bears have shown most interest in Mitch Trubisky
Sportsnaut | Apr 24