Bears Stand Pat At Trade Deadline

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(670 The Score) The NFL's trade deadline passed at 3 p.m. Tuesday without the Bears making a deal. 

The Bears (3-4) elected to stand pat instead of bolstering their roster or moving players out amid their recent struggles. After winning the NFC North title in 2018, Chicago sits in last place in the division ahead of its game at Philadelphia on Sunday.

Coach Matt Nagy reiterated Monday that he has full belief in the Bears' roster. Inside the team's locker room, confidence remains strong despite a three-game losing streak.

"We have full trust in management," cornerback Prince Amukamara said. "I feel like they've done a great job to get the pieces we have. Kind of the similar pieces to what we had last year and we did what we did last year. All we have is all we need in this locker room."

The last time the Bears made an in-season trade was in 2017, when they acquired receiver Dontrelle Inman from the Chargers in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick. 

Chris Emma covers the Bears, Chicago’s sports scene and more for 670TheScore.com. Follow him on Twitter @CEmma670.