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Column: Ryan Pace’s plan for constructing the Chicago Bears’ 2021 roster must start with a solution at QB — but it can’t involve trading his 1st-round pick

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The Raiders’ Derek Carr might be available if someone pays a high enough price, but that could be cost-prohibitive for Pace. Carr, who turns 30 next month, is coming off his third consecutive 4,000-yard season (the Bears have gone 101 seasons without a 4,000-yard passer) and has completed 68.9% of his attempts since 2018 with 67 touchdowns and 27 interceptions. So if he’s available — and there’s conflicting information regarding that — Jon Gruden would not let him go cheaply.

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