Brad Biggs: After taking swing at Russell Wilson trade, Bears had to act fast to sign Dalton. Pace and Nagy are betting he’ll be an upgrade over last year’s QBs.

CHICAGO — Andy Dalton isn’t much of a consolation prize when you’re swinging for the fences with Russell Wilson. What remains to be seen is if he will be an impactful upgrade over Mitch Trubisky. A year after trading for Nick Foles to bolster the quarterback position, the Chicago Bears are expected to sign Dalton to a one-year, $10 million contract after the new league year begins at 3 p.m. Wednesday. The addition of Dalton gives coach Matt Nagy two veteran options at the position, and while it doesn’t preclude the Bears from considering a massive trade for Deshaun Watson if the Houston Texans…

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