Howard dropped off to 3.7 yards per carry in his first season under coach Matt Nagy, while Tarik Cohen led the team in scrimmage yards (1,169) and receptions (71) during a breakout campaign. Now entering the last year of his rookie contract, Howard might be a better fit in an offense that isn't so concerned with involving its running backs in the passing game. Of course, there won't be a huge market for a one-dimensional runner -- even one with 3,370 rushing yards, 4.3 YPC and 24 touchdowns after three seasons. It won't come as any surprise if the 24-year-old ends up in Chicago for at least one more year.
Bears' Jordan Howard: May be available for trade
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