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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is a 2013 Fantasy Football Sleeper.
Originally Posted on FantasyKnuckleheads.com
The Chicago Bears spent this off-season addressing some major problem areas on the offensive side of the ball, all of which is why you find Jay Cutler on the fantasy football sleeper list for 2013.
Newly appointed Bears quarterback coach Matt Cavanaugh recently told the Chicago Tribune that after just four offseason workouts overseeing Cutler, he not likes what he sees, but more importantly what he hears.
“Very impressed with Jay,” Cavanaugh said. “Very impressed. He’s borderline football brilliant. I think he gets it. I think he knows the game. I think he knows offensive schemes. I think he knows defenses.”
This high praise comes after watching hours of film and coming from a guy who has worked with the likes of Randall Cunningham, Joe Flacco and Phil Simms. With “quarterback guru” Marc Trestman now calling the shots, I expect Cutty to finally take that next step in...
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The Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs writes Monday that the Chicago Bears show “no signs that indicate [free agent defensive end Israel Idonije] will be returning to the organization.”
Idonije, 32, has spent the last nine years of his ten year professional career with the Bears. His first year in the league, 2003, was spent with the Cleveland Browns.
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Let’s face it, the Chicago Bears offensive line was a complete mess the past two seasons. And maybe drafting Kyle Long with the twentieth pick in the first round was a bit of a reach but it was still a solid pick for a need they had to address.
They officially inked Kyle, son of NFL great Howie Long, to a four-year deal. He should immediately start at right guard and possibly move...
After spending about a month with the Bears, Andre Fluellen has been released. He will most certainly get picked up by another team as a camp body with experience but Fluellen is on the downside of his career. He played for both the Lions and Dolphins last season.
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The Chicago Bears inked their first round pick (20th overall) on Friday, signing G Kyle Long, the son of former NFL great DE Howie Long, and of course the brother of Rams DE Chris Long. They now have all their 2013 draft selections in the fold.
Long, 6-6, 311 lbs. out of Oregon, will join a Bears revamped line to help shore up protection for QB Jay Cutler. Although Long only has...
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Mark Harrison originally signed with the Chicago Bears as an undrafted rookie back in April but failed a physical after showing up to rookie minicamp with a foot injury. He was released and is now being signed by the New England Patriots.
The former Rutgers star has a nice blend of size (6-3, 200 lbs) and speed (4.46) and could develop into an NFL player but he’s facing an uphill...
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