Jordan Howard, Chicago Bears

Jordan Howard’s time is up in Chicago. Despite a fantastic rookie season in 2016, with over five yards per carry and 1,600 yards from scrimmage, Howard has gotten worse with each passing season. nfl jersey wholesale f842d65aa32fdbe88041f4f73767892a_crop_exactWith a 3.7 yards per carry average in 2018, Howard hit rock bottom.

The Bears were reportedly shopping Howard during the week of the NFL combine. Nothing came of the reported trade talks, but Chicago’s openness about moving him is nfl jerseys

Additionally, the Bears signed free agent running back Mike Davis to a two-year, $6 million deal that gives him a $2 million cap hit this year, nearly the same as Howard’s. Davis is a similar back, in that both want to run downhill and balance through traffic, which may suggest that Chicago is preparing to move on from jersey for cheap

Parting with Howard would not be a money issue, either. This is a talent issue. Howard’s roughly $2 million cap hit means little to a Bears team with just over $18 million in cap space and no first- or second-round jerseys cheap authentic

The Bears have fallen out of infatuation with Howard, whose style of running does not mesh with second-year head coach Matt Nagy’s spread offense. If Chicago cannot find a trade partner soon, Howard is a good candidate to be cut.