• Emery still uninterested in 'Hard Knocks'

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated May 1, 2014
    With a team still needed for HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” Emery said he would accept the NFL’s decision to feature the Bears, if selected. “In terms of a window, I’m always thinking now,” Emery said. But Emery remains opposed to being part of the series, suggesting other markets would benefit more. The Bears are one of eight teams that could be forced to appear on the series in 2014 as the league's owners passed a rule last October that could force teams to appear on the show if no one volunteers.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • NFL Draft: Bears taking a quarterback seems unlikely

      The seemingly intriguing idea of pairing coach Marc Trestman with a rookie quarterback doesn’t appeal to general manager Phil Emery. “I’m more intrigued with how Marc matches up with Jay [Cutler], Jordan [Palmer] and [practice-squad quarterback] Jerrod …
      Source: suntimes.com
    • Bears GM Phil Emery has narrowed his list to players who can start now

      The Bears have narrowed their first-round shopping list to six players. “I’d be happy that two out of the six were on the board at our pick,” general manager Phil Emery, whose team owns the No. 14 pick, said Thursday. “And I’d be ecstatic if three out o…
      Source: suntimes.com
  • NFL Draft: Secondary a primary concern for Bears

    During a time of increased coyness and myriad misinformation, general manager Phil Emery opted for honest answers with the NFL draft approaching. Or at least that’s what he said he was offering — with a wry smile — when asked about cornerbacks and safet…
    Source: suntimes.com

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