ESPN’s Adan Schefter is reporting that the Chicago Bears are having trade discussions with teams about wide receiver Anthony Miller.
The former second-round draft pick from Memphis is entering the final year of his contract, and in his three year Bears career he has 134 receptions, 1,564 yards, and 11 TDs.
The 26-year old is coming off a 49 catch season where he racked up 485 yards and 2 touchdowns, but it ended with him getting ejected in the Bears playoff loss to the Saints.
With Allen Robinson still mulling over signing the franchise tag the Bears could be very thin at wide out if they deal Miller. They would only have second-year pro Darnell Mooney, Javon Wims, and Riley Ridley under contract from last years 53-man roster.
The receiver market has been slow moving the last two days, so if the Bears were looking to add a veteran or two, they could find affordable options.
What are your thoughts on a possible Miller trade?