Danny Trevathan is entering his fifth season with the Chicago Bears and the veteran linebacker is anxious to see what the team's defense looks like in 2020. While training camps are right around the corner, Trevathan appears to be confident in Chicago's defense next season.

In a conversation with Larry Mayer of the team's official website, Trevathan expressed his excitement for the Bears' current group on defense:

“We're going to be monsters,” the veteran linebacker predicted last week on a video conference with the media. “There's no doubt in my mind.”

Over the past few seasons, the Bears have boasted one of the best defenses in the NFL. Just this past season, Chicago finished with the No. 8 ranked defense. It is the third consecutive season that the Bears have posted a top 10 defense in the league.

Meanwhile, despite the recent success that Chicago has had on defense, Trevathan believes next season's group can be special. Of course, the Bears are heading into their third season with Khalil Mack and they have a talented secondary duo of Kyle Fuller and Eddie Jackson.

Not to mention, they'll have healthier versions of Akiem Hicks and Roquan Smith available to them in 2020. It also doesn't hurt that Chicago was able to sign veteran Robert Quinn in free agency. Quinn will give Mack a consistent edge rusher on the opposite side for the first time since he joined the Bears.

By just looking at the roster, the Bears could absolutely have one of the best defenses once again in 2020. Even though it'll be months until we see Chicago's defense in action, Trevathan believes the current group is going to be dominant next season.