The Chicago Bears Aim for Stronger Offense in 2017-2018

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An entrepreneur with 15 years of experience, Mike Loftus is the president of MLE, Inc., headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Away from the MLE office, Mike Loftus enjoys watching professional sports and his favorite National Football League (NFL) team is the Chicago Bears.

One of the more historic franchises in the NFL, the Chicago Bears have recently undergone some significant roster changes. The team released longtime quarterback Jay Cutler in March 2017, for example, and management demonstrated its commitment to rebuilding the offensive unit with its draft picks.

With the second pick in the 2017 NFL draft, Chicago selected quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who played for the University of North Carolina. The Bears also signed free agent quarterback Mike Glennon, and he and Trubisky will compete for the starting position this fall.

The Chicago franchise utilized its pick in the second round of the draft to add Adam Shaheen, a tight end from Ashland University. It is hoped that Shaheen will help strengthen the offensive line and the receiver roster as Zach Miller, the current veteran on the team, will be returning from injury.