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“I think I can definitely see myself back here next year,” Trubisky said on a Zoom call. “Obviously, a lot of that is out of my control, but it feels like home and it feels like we have unfinished business.
“Right now, I’m just bummed about this season being over and how the game went. So, a lot of emotions going on right now, but I can see that. We’ll see. There are a lot of things that have to happen and a lot of decisions that have to be made and that’s out of my control, but I can see that.”
What the future holds for Trubisky, coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace is the organization’s central storyline following the Bears’ first-round playoff exit.
The Bears declined Trubisky’s fifth-year option last May. Barring the use of the franchise tag — projected to be in the neighborhood of $23.5 million in a year when the NFL’s salary cap is expected to drop — Trubisky is scheduled