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The Chicago Bears and former New York Jets guard Matt Slauson have agreed to a 1-year contract.
The team announced the deal on Friday. Bears General Manager Phil Emery says Slauson's size and strength will make him a challenger for a starting guard position. Slauson, 6-5, 315-pounds, started 48 of 51 games with the Jets. New York drafted him out of Nebraska in 2009. Last season he didn't allow any sacks.
Slauson was listed on New York's injury report with a knee injury last season.
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Brad Biggs is reporting that the Chicago Bears have signed G Matt Slauson to a one-year deal.
Slauson, previously with the Jets, figures to replace Lance Louis who just recently signed with the Miami Dolphins.
Previous reports indicated that Slauson could be an option for the Cowboys, but they chose to sign S Will Allen and LB Justin Durant instead.
Last year, Slauson graded out...
Today’s Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is dedicated to Mark Sanchez: our lazy, coddled, mentally weak, California hippie, noodle armed quarterback….as most Jets “fans” will call him. On to the 12 pack!
1. Yesterday a story was released about Mark Sanchez working with Jeff Garcia for the previous few weeks on learning Marty Mornhinweg’s offense. The response from most people...
THAT'S MR. GARCIA TO YOU
Mark Sanchez and former Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell reportedly are working with former Pro Bowl quarterback Jeff Garcia in California.
Tight end Fred Davis was due to visit the New York Jets to shop his wares on Friday.
On late Thursday, he abruptly pulled out of the visit limiting his choices to the Washington Redskins and the Buffalo Bills.
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After an up-and-down season led to a 10-6 finish that did not include the playoffs, the Chicago Bears surprised many observers by firing head coach Lovie Smith, despite his becoming the second coach in the Super Bowl era to take the team to the big game.
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