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Chicago Bears: Pace adds former Falcons RB Rodgers

Ryan Pace is certainly taking advantage of one-year, “prove-it” type deals. Jacquizz Rodgers It was announced Tuesday the Chicago Bears have signed former Atlanta Falcons running back Jacquizz Rodgers to a one-year deal. This is the 10th free-agent signing for the team since early March and seventh to be signed to a one-year deal. Pace and director of player personnel Josh...
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Examining why Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler will be successful in 2015

So here we are again. One common topic of discussion every offseason surrounding the Chicago Bears is the status of incumbent quarterback Jay Cutler, and what his prospects are for the upcoming season. Before we get started, let’s get one thing straight: Jimmy Clausen will not beat out Cutler in this “quarterback competition” coming up in training camp. I get why new head...
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16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Exploring Trade Options For Matt Forte? Rumors Indicate Yes

Brad Biggs, Bears beat reporter for the Chicago Tribune, recently wrote an article entitled “Does it make sense to trade Matt Forte?,” and the answer is yes. Recent rumors flying around indicate that the near 30 year-old running back could get dealt if the right package comes along. Sports Mockery saw the writing on the wall and pointed out eight clear reasons why trading Forte...
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February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Three reasons why Stan Drayton will succeed as Chicago Bears running backs coach

Matt Forte The Chicago Bears have announced the hiring of new running backs coach Stan Drayton, who left the same position at Ohio State. Drayton’s hring removes former running backs coach Skip Peete, who came to Chicago in 2013 in a reunion from their time together in Oakland, when Trestman was the Raiders’ offensive coordinator. Matt Forte had solid production in both years...
February 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Bears should take Brandon Scherff with the seventh pick in the draft

The term “bust-proof” is not to be used lightly, but it’s applicable when referring to Iowa’s Brandon Scherff. The last time the Bears drafted higher than seventh, they took Cedric Benson with the fourth pick, so the idea of a safe pick should be enticing.  In his first press conference as Chicago Bears GM, Ryan Pace said that the hope of the front office was to address...
January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

7 Perfectly Good Reasons The Chicago Bears Should Trade Matt Forte

Matt Forte has a secure argument that he may be the best player on the Chicago Bears roster, and if not that then definitely the most consistent.  Any time the team has needed a boost, he’s been the one providing it.  Yet those accomplishments are not enough reason to kill the argument that the time may be right for the Bears to trade their star running back. Here are seven legitimate...
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January 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Matt Forte on Bears' woes: 'Whatever happens .... happens'

The Chicago Bears took a beating once again on Monday Night Football, losing 31-15 to the New Orleans Saints. With the whole team feeling completely defeated at this point in the season, Bears’ workhorse running back Matt Forte had this to comment about the team’s woes (via I’m here to play football and be coached and be coachable. Whatever happens … happens...
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December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Matt Forte isn’t crazy, Chicago Bears could have NFL’s best offense in 2014

Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte made headlines on Monday when he told the Chicago Tribune that the Bears could have the best offense in the league in 2014, but he isn’t wrong. Many raised their eyebrows at the thought, but it isn’t as far from crazy as they may think. The Bears finished the 2013 season tied for second in the league with 27.8 points per game and they were...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Why the Chicago Bears should trade up in the first round

After overhauling a defense that cost the team several victories last season, the Chicago Bears look poised to compete in a division that should have two of the strongest offenses in the NFL (Detroit and Green Bay). Even so, to be a legitimate contender in the strong NFC North, Chicago must trade up in the […] The post Why the Chicago Bears should trade up in the first round appeared...
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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