Found May 16, 2012 on
Pro Football Zone:
With today’s completion of Brandon Hardin’s four-year, $2.7 million contract, the Chicago Bears have now signed their entire 2012 NFL draft class, according to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun Times.
The Bears chose Hardin with the 79th overall pick in the third round of this year’s draft. In his college career at Oregon State, the 6-2, 222 pound safety amassed 105 total tackles, one interception, three forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery in 38 starts. He missed the entire 2011 regular season due to injury.
The other players the Bears drafted this year were Shea McClellin (DE, Boise St.), Alshon Jeffery (WR, South Carolina), Evan Rodriguez (TE, Temple), Isaiah Frey (CB, Nevada), and Greg McCoy (CB, TCU)
BEST OF MAXIM
Chicago Bears franchise quarterback, Jay Cutler, is literally all thumbs when it comes to leading his significantly upgraded offense in 2012. Cutler had season ending surgery after injuring his right thumb in Week 11 last year but says it is all better and is ready to return. According to NFL.com Cutler had this to say
According to Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com, the Bears plan on moving guard Chris Williams over to tackle this season.
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice just said last week that if they felt like tackle was a position of need they would have addressed it during the draft.
“I think (general manager) Phil (Emery) and (head coach) Lovie (Smith) — with the...
The Bears today signed third-round draft pick Brandon Hardin, who is transitioning from cornerback to safety this season. All six of Chicago’s 2012 selections are now under contract.
Chicago Bears second-round pick, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, was impressive at rookie minicamp last weekend. Here are some highlights from the final day of practice.
The lawyer for Brandon Marshall says no charges will be brought against the Chicago Bears wide receiver for an altercation outside a nightclub in March.
Harvey Steinberg says Marshall won't be charged after a woman filed a complaint that he punched her in the face outside Manhattan's Marquee club. Steinberg says: ''We maintained all along he is a victim and there...
Dave Teggart kicking against Westboro in 2006
Perhaps I’m more enamored by this story because I played football for a year with him, but former Algonquin Regional High School and University of Connecticut kicker Dave Teggart is going to get a shot at the NFL.
Quick back-story: You know you’re awful as a football school when it is a huge deal that your kicker is going to go Division...
DODGED A BULLET
According to the attorney of Brandon Marshall, the Bears wide receiver will not be charged in connection with an incident that occurred at a New York nightclub in March.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler completely understands why running back Matt Forte hasn’t shown up for offseason workouts.
Cutler’s optimistic that at the end of the day, Forte will be on the field for their first game of the season.
“Last time I saw him, he said he was lonely. I get it,” Cutler said. “Everyone was gone last year, with the lockout, and...
Since being drafted 14th overall in 2008, Chris Williams has played every offensive line spot for the Bears, except for center, with minimal success anywhere. Now it appears that Williams, their starting left guard last season, will be going back to where it all started for him, left tackle. Williams would provide competition for J’Marcus Webb, an athletic kid that offensive coordinator...
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It’s no secret that the Chicago Bears have had glaring needs on offense from(before acquiring Brandon Marshall) wide receiver to offensive line. But would’ve thought that the star quarterback would be the one to publicly criticize the situation.
“You know, the offensive line is definitely going to be a concern and seeing where those guys are going...
Chicago Bears placekicker Robbie Gould is one of the more interesting and articulate athletes out there. When his days draining field goals are over, he has a bright future in broadcasting. Wednesday night, when the Chicago Cubs hosted the Philadelphia Phillies, Gould was part of a three person social media panel.
He cracked jokes, dropped one-liners and made an announcement that...
We've heard speculation over that last few days, but Michael C. Wright says it's going to happen: Former 1st-round draft pick Chris Williams will move back to Offensive Tackle for the 2012 season.
Williams has had an unfortunate start to his career in Chicago, to say the least, but did show significant signs of improvement last season while playing Guard.