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Mitch Trubisky is learning when, where to be his aggressive self


The first sign that rookie Mitch Trubisky was a risk-taker wasn’t his tipped 20-yard touchdown pass to tight end Zach Miller or his late interception against the Vikings. It came in the second quarter on a third-and-15 play. With defensive end Danielle Hunter beating right tackle Bobby Massie to the inside, Trubisky scrambled to his right and kept his eyes focused downfield. (Chicago Sun)

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