The Bears’ GM Ryan Pace is buried in a disastrous press conference today, briefly talking about where things stand with Allen Robinson.The wide receiver’s contract is set to expire when the league year is over and you’ll remember the I can’t chat about the extension smoothly. Speaking to the media about the situation in his contract during the Bears locker room cleaning, Robinson not only But the fifth begged when asked if a franchise sign might be placed on him. But he also frankly reveals his disappointment for not doing something yet.
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“I don̵7;t know how it will affect it or not,” Robinson said of his relationship with the team. “But at the same time, from my point of view, I personally feel that we have had the opportunity to be able to do something over the past 365 days, but again, I don’t know that affected me too much. No matter what things will be “
The assumption is that neither side has spoken much since the start of the season, especially as Robinson said he turned his attention to the regular season. When asked where the conversation was, Pace told a slightly different story.
“These are all things we have to accomplish and I think about the list of things we have to talk about this offseason, obviously a big decision and a big part of it,” he said on Wednesday. “You know how we feel about Allen, how respectful he is in this building. But if you want to get the details of their contract, you know I won’t understand that in the franchise tag, I’m just Everything is said on the league table, giving us the tools for a reason. But for now, we’ll keep all that talk internally in a disrespect for Allen, without respect for his agent, I just think these are best handled personally. ”
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What does this mean? Nothing! Is there anything that needs to be removed from Pace’s answer? Maybe not! I didn’t mean to kick you all while you fell. But it doesn’t mean Allen Robinson’s future is in Chicago, but the culture is still as strong as ever!