What if your favorite NFL team were only allowed to retain one free agent next offseason? For some franchises, that may not be far from reality…

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This could be one of the easier decisions for any team this offseason. The Chicago Bears might stick with quarterback Mitchell Trubisky for 2021, but given his up-and-down track record, it’s hard to consider him a must-sign player.
They should prioritize a guy who has exhibited both consistency and a high level of production: wide receiver Allen Robinson II. Over the past couple of seasons, he has established himself as the most reliable piece of Chicago’s passing attack and one of the best young receivers in the game.
Despite playing in an inconsistent offense with Trubisky and Nick Foles under center, Robinson has amassed 1,110 yards and six touchdowns this season. He’s in a contract year, but his financial future isn’t as important to him as perfecting his craft.
“It’s about me continuing to try to get better each and every week, honestly, and be the receiver I want to be,” Robinson said, per Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune.
At just 27 years old, Robinson has plenty of good football left, and Chicago should retain him to aid whoever it has under center in 2021be it Trubisky, Foles or someone else.