Pace thinks White will bounce back
- Updated: April 4, 2017
The Chicago Bears took wide receiver Kevin White with the seventh-overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Since then, we haven’t heard much about him.
White missed his entire rookie season with shin issues and was limited to just four games in 2016. He caught 19 balls for 187 yards and never reached the end zone. It’s safe to say that the Bears are looking for more from him, especially after they’ve lost Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery over the last few years.
However, Bears general manager Ryan Pace says don’t worry, he’s got this.
“Knowing his work ethic and his approach and his support system, I know he’s going to come back ready to go,” Pace said. “He has just got to shake off some of that bad luck.
Of course, he has to say that. He has to think that. Other than White, his wide receiver cabinet is pretty bare. If White doesn’t step up and show why they drafted him so high, the Bears will be even worse than we all think.
And we all think they are pretty bad as it is.