INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 04: Quarterback Mitch Trubisky of North Carolina throws during a passing drill on day four of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 4, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Former No. 2 overall pick struggling to even hold the ball in preseason drills

This doesn't sound good at all.

The Chicago Bears have invested a lot in the quarterback position this offseason, as the team added former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Mike Glennon and traded up to select North Carolina star quarterback Mitch Trubisky No. 2 in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Trubisky, who played in a very different system in college under Larry Fedora, is already struggling to adjust to playing under center at the NFL level.

Trubisky has all the talent in the world, but one of the most difficult learning curves he faces is adjusting to playing a lot more snaps under center rather than from the gun.

Still, it hasn't been all bad for the former Tar Heel, as earlier this week he was finding guys deep with superb throws.

Expect more reports as to how to Trubisky continues to get used to catching the from the ball from under center as the season inches closer and closer.