Type: Posts; User: Wounded Bear
I'm a big fan of the Jack Shack....
I guess I'm the only dude who likes the Diaz bros?
All they do is fight. Nick can beat you with his "a thousand paper cuts" technique.
Well, in his defense, it is unlawful to flee the scene of the crime. Also, he probably backed up to see if he actually committed a crime. Very sage and compassionate if you really think about it.
Not me. I would consider it a gift and jump all over Mariota if he falls in our lap.
Lukewarm at best. So the body language we have been reading on the sidelines seems to be accurate.
In my heart of hearts, I know Jay is one of the most physically gifted QB's in the NFL, but...
...and we make a deal with Tenessee that gives them Cutler and a draft pick, is it possible we could wind up with Marcus Mariota?
Let's face it Jameis was a Heisman Trophy winner himself and he is...
BTW, Nick Fairly is a FA as well. I don't know where he would fit in a 3-4...maybe a DE at 6'4"/308?
In other news, Ndamukong Suh has expressed interest in joining the Bears. Evidently Chicago is on his short list along with the Giants and the Cowboys.
Pernell McPhee, 6'3", 280lbs. Is he weakside?
First personnel move by Ryan Pace:
6'2", 215lb, 4.43
On paper, he looks good.
If he wants to go broke. Evidently his rib joint, The Double Nickel, is getting terrible reviews.
Lance Briggs made an appearance on CSN's Chicago's Sports Talk Live on Monday and spoke about John Fox and returning to the Bears:
We could use some help on the inside....
An interesting article on the top 5 players the Bears should pursue in FA. Here's the list:
#1) Terrence Knighton, DT, Denver, 6'3", 335lbs
#2) Brandon Graham, OLB, Philadephia, 6'2", 265lbs
Interesting thing here. Evidently we have both a linebackers coach and an outside linebacker coach. Is this normal for 3-4 teams?
I can think of a couple things.
We had a front office for years that approached the draft like 9 year olds. Anything fast and shiny attracted their attention, when, in reality, the successful way to build a team isn't from making...
For those who care:
Bears | Jay Rodgers hired
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Jay Rodgers was hired by the Chicago Bears as the team's defensive line coach. His brother, Jeff Rodgers, was...
Basing organizational decisions on a failed QB - no es bueno.
The date on the article makes me feel it wasn't altogether Fox's decision.
Jay is like a black hole sucking this organization into...
Along those lines, Carl Davis, out of Iowa, should be looked at as well.
And as he gets older and the clock continues to tick, I would think playing time would be very important to a player like Jared Allen. If they're smart, they'll play that angle.
Yeah, that's the major drawback.
Hmmm. There are 108 players at the Senior Bowl. I will bet dollars to donuts they don't meet with nearly every player. That would be stupid and a monumental waste of time.
Thanks for the...
Chicago Bears meet with CSU offensive tackle, Ty Sambrailo, who is slated for the 2nd round.
BTW, Brian Orakpo will become an unrestricted free agent. Would be a good fit at WLB.
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