Although the Chicago Bears’ offseason has been dominated by quarterback trade discussions, another important issue is the future of star receiver Allen Robinson, who is scheduled to enter his freedom later this month. Player market.
Given that the bear market and Robinson City have not had contract discussions since September last year, there is not much optimism about the sudden conclusion of a deal in the bear market. This naturally gave way to the assumption that Chicago might impose a concession label on Robinson before the March 9 deadline.
With the looming franchise rights, everyone was curious about what general manager Ryan Pace had to say about Robinson̵
Pace didn’t say much in the 30-minute press conference, but one thing you can take away is that he sounds like someone who intends to leave Rubinson in the bear market, intending to stay in the bear market in 2021. Joined in the year.
Pace said: “We have a lot of respect for Allen.” “We must also do what is best for the bear market. We consider everything… There is no definitive decision yet, but we know we can use it… We want to keep it. Our good player, and Allen is a good player for us.”
Pace has a history of rewarding players through contract renewals. In the past few seasons, no one has received more renewals than Robinson. He has always been their best offensive player-back-to-back for 1,000 yards of the season-and he is an incredible teammate and person on the court.
Although there is not much certainty that can enter the 2021 season, there is some inspiration that Robinson will become the Bears next season. Now it remains to be seen whether it is through contract expansion or through franchise labels.