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Could be priority re-signing
Could be done in Chicago
New coordinator in '20
Vote of confidence for 2020
Called out by mayor
Has confidence of team
Keeping top job despite struggles
Trubisky (hip) will keep the starting quarterback job in 2019 as long as he's healthy enough to play, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports. "We want him [Trubisky] out there to be our starter and to be playing," coach Matt Nagy said on Wednesday. "So how do we get him to that point? We're going to do everything we can so he is the starter."
Want TVs off to mute criticism
On verge of getting cut?
Could be limited by harness
Headed for Week 7 return
Headed to London with teammates
Could injury absence threaten job?
Better suited to lead team?
Could see more opportunities Monday
Facing depleted secondary
Gabriel will not have to deal with Washington cornerback Quinton Dunbar in coverage Monday, with the latter ruled out due to a knee injury.
Facing shorthanded secondary
Miller will not have to deal with Washington cornerback Quinton Dunbar in coverage Monday, with the latter ruled out due to a knee injury.
Team worried about confidence
Could get start in opener
Shaheen may pick up the start in Thursday's game against the Packers with Trey Burton listed as questionable due to a groin strain.