Tony Reali apologizes to Bears QB Mitch Trubisky for using ‘I didn’t want to Trubisky it’ line on Around the Horn

The Chicago Bears had a disappointing 8-8 record in 2019, after going 12-4 and winning the NFC North in 2018. Mitch Trubisky struggled at quarterback in his third season, leading the Bears to acquire Nick Foles this offseason to compete with Trubisky for the starting job. Well, on Monday’s edition of Around the Horn, Tony Reali had a line mocking Trubisky’s accuracy issues at quarterback. Reali said, “I didn’t want to Trubisky it. ” It’s a line that likely drew some laughs, and is the sort of thing that has surely been said quite a bit in Chicago over the last year. But Reali immediately felt very bad, and tweeted a heartfelt apology to Trubisky.

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