5@5: How will Pace & Nagy explain Bears' QB depth chart?

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Friday, April 3rd
Mike Mulligan, David Haugh and the crew conducted their daily 5 at 5 segment, discussing and debating a variety of questions.

-- Before the NFL can contemplate reopening play, widespread coronavirus testing needs to be available, league chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills said. That's a departure from what executive vice president Jeff Pash suggested a few days prior, when he revealed the NFL plans to play a full season in full stadiums. What are your thoughts on Dr. Sills' thoughts?

-- Bears general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy are scheduled to finally speak publicly later Friday morning for the first time in more than a month. How do you think they'll explain their quarterback depth chart? Does it matter?

-- Should the Bears bargain shop in free agency for a cornerback who's still available like Logan Ryan, Darqueze Dennard or Bashaud Breeland? Should they consider a reunion with Prince Amukamara? Would the addition of a cornerback provide them more flexibility?

-- Locally and nationally, those mourning White Sox play-by-play man Ed Farmer’s death praised him as a unique broadcaster whose quirky sense of humor connected with fans and made the games more enjoyable on the radio. How should the White Sox honor a man who sat in their broadcast booth for nearly 30 years?

-- Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered the team plane to the governor of Massachusetts to fly in 1.2 million N95 masks from China and then bought 300,000 himself and donated them to New York City. Do you feel differently about Kraft now than you did before this act? Has he redeemed himself in any way?