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Receiver Anthony Miller is reportedly being traded by the Bears to the Texans.

The Chicago Bears receivers room appeared to be a little crowded before training camp began next week, but I believed things will sort out following workouts.
Instead, a trade brings some clarity: sources tell me and @RapSheet that the #Bears are trading WR Anthony Miller to the #Texans.
The former second-round pick, who had been reported to be traded, gets a new start.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) July 25, 2021 NFL Network insider Mike Garafolo tweets that the Bears have traded Anthony Miller to the Texans.
It’s unclear what Chicago will get in return, however Ian Rapoport speculates that a late-round selection swap could be on the way to seal the deal.
In any case, Miller appears to be moving on after speculations surfaced during the offseason that he was on the market.
Miller, a 2018 second-round pick, hasn’t lived up to expectations.
The Bears moved up to the second round to choose the Memphis product, who had just finished an All-American season.
Miller showed flashes as a rookie and at various times throughout the last three years, but a lack of consistency hindered him from realizing his full potential.
Additionally, I doubt the quarterbacking woes helped matters.
Later, we’ll have more on the trade.
For the time being, Miller is off to a good start, providing clarity to a congested receivers room in Chicago.
Hopefully, it’ll be one of those “everything works out in the end” scenarios.