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Mentor Native Mitchell Trubisky To Make First NFL Start For Chicago Bears In Week 5

The Mitchell Trubisky era begins this week for the Chicago Bears. The Mentor, Ohio native and number two overall pick will make his first NFL regular season start at quarterback on national television on October 9.

The Bears take on their NFC North division rivals, the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field. Head coach John Fox makes the change after veteran Mike Glennon struggled in the teams first four games.

Trubisky will be the third of the top four rookie quarterbacks to start an NFL game this season. Trubisky joins Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans and DeShone Kizer of the Browns in the rookie class of 2017 to start at quarterback in their rookie season.

Chicago traded up one spot to select Trubisky with the second overall pick in April’s NFL Draft. Trubisky was named ‘Mr. Football’ in the state of Ohio back in 2012.

Scott Piker has spent over 15 years in the Cleveland media covering news and sports with experience in radio, television, print and digital media. He has covered everything from high school, college, Indians, Browns, Cavaliers and Buckeyes. Scott spent five years as the sports producer at WEWS NewsChannel 5, the ABC affiliate in Cleveland and also has his sports work featured on Scott has also received an emmy award in television news. Scott was born and raised and still resides in his hometown of Madison, Ohio.

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