Former NIU quarterback Jordan Lynch took one step closer to living his dream when he signed as an undrafted free agent with the Bears on Saturday following the 2014 NFL Draft.
But the former Heisman trophy finalist still has work to do in order to crack the team's final roster. Part of that work includes making a position change from running back to quarterback.
The switch should increase the odds of Lynch making the 53-man roster because general manager Phil Emery is looking to address the running back depth behind starter Matt Forte.
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So if Lynch does make it through the final round of cuts, what kind of an impact will he have on the Bears this year?
CSN's Tom Cooper and Scott Krinch discuss Lynch's odds of making the team and where Bears coach Marc Trestman could potentially use the former Huskies quarterback.