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A week ago, Bears general manager Phil Emery took question after question about two main topics: offensive lineman Gabe Carimi’s decision not to join the Bears’ organized team activities, and fullback Evan Rodriguez’s partying ways and legal problemShare Tweet
The trade of offensive lineman Gabe Carimi from the Bears to the Buccaneers is official. The Buccaneers made the announcement that they have acquired Carimi, who had been working out on his own this spring rather than join the Bears, in exchange for a s…Share TweetThe Chicago Bears released second-year fullback Evan Rodriguez, who has been arrested twice this offseason.Share Tweet
Bears bring back Aromashoduprofootballtalk.com Jun 10, 2013As expected, the Bears on Monday offically have added Tony Fiammetta, and they’ve offically released 2012 fourth-rounder pick Evan Rodriguez. As not expected, the Bears also brought back receiver Devin Aromashodu. Aromashodu spent two seasons with the VShare Tweet
Bears sign Tony Fiammetta, which might send a signalprofootballtalk.com Jun 10, 2013Maybe it’s all just a coincidence. But not longer after a Bears fullback was arrested for the second time this offseason, the team signed another one. According to his agent, former Panthers and Cowboys fullback Tony Fiammetta has signed with the Bears.Share TweetCNNSI.com Jun 10, 2013RGIII vows to be ready for Week 1, and Peter King believes him. He explains, discusses how Honey Badger is impressing the Cards and offers his annual Father's Day book guide.Share Tweet
Bears Trade Carimi To Tampa BayJun 10Ed Werder discusses Chicago's decision to trade 2011 first-round draft pick Gabe Carimi to Tampa Bay for a sixth-round pick.
Peter King: RGIII a lock to be ready for opener; Father's Day book guide; …Jun 10SALISBURY, N.C. -- A few NFL points after a few days on the road:
Bill Simmons on the remarkable career of Tim DuncanJun 10The Duncan Show has been many things over the past 16 years, but it has rarely, if ever, been boring.