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Check out this weeks pod of Bears Verified! @EarlBBennett and I go back in time looking at his draft process. I read Earl one of his draft reviews to get his reaction after he heard it for the first time. Check it out and the full pod --> https://www.spreaker.com/user/9808520/bears-verified-episode-23
Bears Verified is out now! This week I tell @JoeGeorgeRadio and you what the NFL draft process was like for me and my reaction when I was drafted by the @ChicagoBears. https://www.spreaker.com/user/9808520/bears-verified-episode-23
It looks like a consensus NO on trading for Dalton. I do not think it would be crazy for the Bears to give up a 2nd round pick for Dalton if they can not get a big name guy in free agency.
Should the Bears engage with the Bengals for an Andy Dalton trade?
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Nothing beats a good team bonding experience than getting together with some great food. Before I became a vegetarian, I thoroughly enjoyed grilled chicken wings and lamb. The smoky, hickory flavor absorbed by taste buds made cookouts worthwhile. Attach that mouth-watering feeling with being around your favorite teammates taking in the fresh summer breeze, and it was pure joy. The music is blasting through the speakers, and everyone is joking and having fun. I always enjoyed going to Devin’s house because it is still the most massive and best-looking home I have ever encountered. Devin was a great host, and everyone at the BBQ was excited to be there. The …
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Personally, I always enjoyed Jay Cutler. Sour face and all, I appreciated his company no matter how brief. After a game against Green Bay, the way I looked at him changed. Jamarcus Webb was having a tough game. This was something that happened with young players from time to time. I didn’t witness the play where Cutler pushed Webb, but I remember being upset when I saw it on ESPN the next morning. Now Webb is a big fella compared to Cutler, but you can understand the significance of pushing another teammate in any capacity. Frustration is understandable, but a player getting physical with a teammate for poor performance is not cool. Arriving at the …
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The offseason 2014, my agents CJ Laboy and Doug Henderickson knew a change was coming. After taking a million dollar pay cut and earning back half in 2013, we figured they would ask the same or release me. My mindset was to do what was best for my family and career whether it was playing in Chicago or elsewhere. After speaking to team officials in late February, they assured my agent that I was a part of the 2014 season plans. Fast forward to March 18th, and I received a call asking me to take a pay cut or be released. I wondered if I would have the same language …
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