The Chicago Bears got their rookie training camp underway on Wednesday, and now they'll have a full class as Mitchell Trubisky agreed to a contract with the team.
Trubisky, the second overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, was the last Bears draft pick to sign a deal with the franchise.
Trubisky will go into training camp as the back-up to quarterback Mike Glennon, who signed a free agent deal with the Bears earlier this year. The Bears have stated publicly that they want Trubisky to have time to learn the offense and to develop as a passer, but with the amount they gave up to trade up a pick in the draft to take him, the pressure will be on him to succeed quickly.
The Bears' rookies report to training camp at Halas Hall on Wednesday, while the rest of the team will report to training camp next week in Bourbonnais.