CRAIG STELTZ RUMORS & GOSSIP
Today the Chicago Bears released S Craig Steltz, the former LSU standout. Steltz made one start last season but was abused. His main contributions came on special teams. Steltz missed most of camp with a groin injury. This is not a real big loss, but if someone is looking for a special teams ace, Steltz […]
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The Chicago Bears have trimmed-down their roster a little more this evening.
The Bears have released safety Craig Steltz, cutting their roster size down to 77 players. Steltz is the third major special teamer to be cut, after Eric Weems and Jordan Senn who was also released today.
Steltz, who was primarily a special teamer in 2013, was at the back of the line to win the safety position...
The Bears have decided to part ways with veteran safety Craig Steltz.
Steltz was drafted by the Bears in the fourth-round of the 2008 NFL Draft and spent his entire six-year career in Chicago. Steltz racked up 73 tackles in 77 games mostly as a contributor on special teams. He did start eight games in his career.
The team has been working towards getting to tomorrow’s mandatory...
The Chicago Bears announced the release of veteran S Craig Steltz on Monday.
#Bears have terminated contract of veteran safety Craig Steltz.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) August 25, 2014
Steltz, 28, signed a one-year contract worth $795,000 with the Bears back in March. He has spent all six of his seasons with Chicago.
Last year, Steltz appeared in all 16 games and recorded...
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Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports the Bears have re-signed safety Craig Steltz to a one-year contract. Steltz's deal is for the veteran minimum amount of $730,000, and he can earn another $65,000 in the form of roster bonuses.Photo by John Martinez Pavliga via WikimediaSteltz underwent surgery in Dec of last year to repair a torn right pectoral tendon when he attempted...
The finality of the decision in the battle between Major Wright and Craig Steltz is still a number of practices and three preseason games away, but it's clear now.
Craig Steltz should be the starting strong safety for the Chicago Bears and Major Wright should be benched. The evidence couldn't have been more clear than in the first preseason game of the season.
Major Wright and Craig Steltz will be competing for the starting strong safety spot during Bears training camp this year. The battle will highlight two players who don't bring ideal qualities to the position and leave Bears fans desiring more.
Steltz played well during the season last year, and as always has the respect of the coaches. Major Wright on the other hand has...
The Chicago Bears continued to re-sign their own veteran free agents, inking safety Craig Steltz to a two-year contract. Steltz is a core special teams players and performed admirably late in the year when injuries forced him into the starting lineup. Steltz has appeared in 48 games, with seven starts, in four seasons (2008-11) with the Bears, gathering 71 tackles, [...]
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In keeping with the strategy of keeping their own players in Chicago, the Bears signed safety Craig Steltz to a two year contract. Steltz has been a strong special teams player and primary backup for the Bears for four seasons now.
A hard working safety Steltz has been one of Lovie Smith's favorites since his arrival here in Chicago. For all his strong points it does not...