(670 The Score) Bears receiver Allen Robinson has maintained that his focus is on this new season and not his lingering contract situation.
But perhaps Robinson does have his mind on his uncertain future with the organization. Robinson has removed all photos with the Bears from his Instagram account and stripped a banner photo from his Twitter profile with an illustration of him in a Bears uniform and replaced it with his own personal logo.
The revelation came after a series of cryptic tweets from Robinson that could be interpreted as frustration with his contract situation. He has also liked numerous tweets from other players who recently signed long-term contract extensions and other posts suggesting he could land a lucrative offer elsewhere.
Robinson, 27, is in the final season of a three-year, $42-million deal that he signed with the Bears in March 2018. The Bears have often signed key players to long-term extensions in training camp or just before the regular-season opener, but that didn't happen with Robinson, who had 98 receptions for 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns last season.
"That's pretty much out of my control," Robinson said of his contract situation last week.
Bears general manager Ryan Pace declined to discuss specifics of Robinson's contract situation. Teammate Cordarrelle Patterson has been a vocal supporter of Robinson remaining with the team.
"Extend extend extend @ChicagoBears," Patterson tweeted Monday evening.
Running back Tarik Cohen also shared his support.
Robinson had five receptions for 74 yards in the Bears' 27-23 win against the Lions in their season opener Sunday.