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Column: Bears' deep conviction in Mitch Trubisky is driving force behind every move they make

Good luck, kid.

The Bears have fervent belief in Mitch Trubisky, the quarterback drafted No. 2 in 2017, and it was only reinforced during a rocky season for the organization that served as a 12-game introduction to the NFL for the rookie.

There is so much belief that the Bears raised the stakes with Trubisky and then doubled down on him during an eventful Black Monday at Halas Hall. Coach John Fox was fired and general manager Ryan

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