Chicago Bears has been driving Jordan Howard back to the Philadelphia Eagles for a sixth round draft by 2020. The trading conditions could potentially bend the pick to a 2020 fifth round.
Howard completed his third NFL campaign for the bear in 2018 after being drafted by the club in the fifth round of 2016's Indiana University draft. He played in 47 games with 44 starts for Bears, who brought the ball 778 times for 3,370 meters (4.3 avg) and 24 touchdowns. He also recorded 72 catches for 568 yards (7.9 avg) and a score.
In 2017, Howard became the fastest bear to reach 2000 career yards (24 games) faster than Walter Payton (26 games) and Gale Sayers (28 games) became the first bear to rush for 1,000+ yards in each of his first two seasons. Then Howard stormed in 935 yards in 250 with 9 touchdowns.
Howard has 13 100-yard rushing games in his career, tied to third largest in the NFL in that span. He leaves the Chicago Rank eighth on Bear's all-time rushing list with his 3,370 yards.