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MORRISSEY: Heredity made Long easy choice for Bears
I don’t want to minimize the work that Bears general manager Phil Emery and his staff did in preparation for the draft, the hours they put in and their lack of anything resembling a personal life the last year or so. But there’s no way in the worldUpvote Share Tweet
Bears’ NFC North rivals play numbers game in draftMore picks make for more room for error. It’s a luxury the NFC North champion Green Bay Packers had again this year and one that continues to elude Phil Emery and Co. How much so? The Bears entered Day 3 of the draft with three picks, while the PackersUpvote Share Tweet
Draft review: Chicago Bearsprofootballtalk.com Updated Apr 28, 2013The Bears decided that they needed a new coach, despite winning 10 games. To win more, they need better players. Here’s a look at their effort to find some in the draft. What they needed: Linebacker, offensive line, quarterback, tight end, defensive endUpvote Share TweetOutside linebacker Khaseem Greene knows the history. He knows the names. He knows the legends. Butkus. Singletary. Urlacher. Briggs. “I’m coming into a great situation at basically the NFL equivalent of ‘Linebacker U.’,” Greene said Saturday, reUpvote Share Tweet
Bears sign 10 rookie free agentsprofootballtalk.com Updated Apr 28, 2013The Chicago Bears officially have supplemented their draft class with 10 undrafted free agents. The team has announced that the following players have agreed to terms: LSU running back Michael Ford, Rutgers receiver Mark Harrison, Oklahoma cornerback De…Upvote Share Tweet
NFL Draft Winners And LosersApr 28Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay and Bill Polian discuss their winners and losers from the 2013 NFL draft.
Clayton's mailbag: Which offensive rookies will soar?Apr 28Expect Tavon Austin, DeAndre Hopkins and Robert Woods to emerge as offensive ROY candidates, writes John Clayton.