Speaking Friday with SiriusXM NFL Radio, the No. 2 pick in the draft called veteran passer Mike Glennon the unquestioned starter.
The Bears stunned their long-suffering fan base by trading up in the draft to nab Trubisky after paying a king's ransom -- $18.5 million guaranteed -- to Glennon in free agency.
"It's my job to come in, learn the offense as fast as possible and then just go out there and compete," Trubisky said Friday. "[Glennon's] helping me with anything I need help with and I'm there for him, just being another set of eyes on the field."
Said the rookie: "Mike's been awesome and he's been a huge part of me learning and my development so far with the Bears. So I'm lucky to have great teammates."
This is all very nice, but reality suggests that Trubisky and Glennon -- maybe even Sanchez -- could all make starts for the Bears this season.
He's got the job for now, but if and when Glennon struggles, there will be immense pressure to play the kid for whom Chicago sold the farm. We've seen this story a thousand times before.