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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded defensive tackle Brian Price to the Chicago Bears for a late round pick.
Price was involved in a fight with first round pick Mark Barron this offseason and the Bucs are concerned with his condition, since he’s dealing with a hamstring injury, Schefter reported.
Price has had a rough offseason after losing his sister in a car crash.
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As we here at Bears 101 have already reported, the Chicago Bears have acquired defensive tackle Brian Price from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a seventh round draft pick.
Although we've already reported Price failed a conditioning test for Tampa Bay, another reason to his departure could've very well been an alleged confrontation with rookie strong safety Mark Barron....
The tumultuous tenure of Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Brian Price came to an abrupt end Thursday.
Price, a second-round selection out of UCLA in 2010, was traded to the Chicago Bears for an undisclosed draft pick, pending a physical examination.
In addition to that move, the Bucs also announced they have waived wide receiver Dezmon Briscoe and defensive back Devin Holland...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded defensive tackle Brian Price to the Chicago Bears for a draft pick next year.
Price was a second-round pick (35th overall) out of UCLA by Tampa Bay in 2010. The 6-1, 303-pound Price has started 14 games over two seasons, with 27 tackles (23 solo) and three sacks.
The deal was announced Thursday, and details of the 2013 draft pick were not disclosed...
Trade for Buccaneers: Brian Price was a 2nd round pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, but I still love this trade for them. Price played horribly last season, ranking 83rd at his position out of 89 on ProFootballFocus. The Buccaneers have adequate depth with Amobi Akoye and Gary Gibson, two underrated players, so he won’t really be missed much.
He was also having discipline problems. He’s...
The Bears reportedly acquired defensive tackle Brian Price today from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a 2013 seventh-round draft pick. The trade is pending a physical of course.
Price was a second-round pick out of UCLA in 2010. He appeared in 20 games, making 14 starts in two seasons with the Buccaneers.
He made 24 tackles and three sacks last season as a starter at defensive tackle...
The Bears had to address a need along the interior of the defensive line with the departure of Anthony Adams and Amobi Okoye. The loss of Okoye was especially tough given how he emerged in his one season in Chicago.
So the hole left needed to be filled, and the ramshackle of five players competing for the fourth DT spot wasn't very promising. GM Phil Emery heard our concerns...
The Chicago Bears have traded an undisclosed 2013 draft pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for defensive tackle Brian Price.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced that they have traded defensive tackle Brian Price to the Chicago Bears for an undisclosed 2013 draft pick.
On the field, Price has had plenty of problems during his first two seasons in the NFL. Selected as the third pick in the second round (35th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft, Price missed the final 11 games...
Veterans reported today to One Buccaneer Place in Tampa, and the team spent little time adjusting the club’s roster. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced that they have traded DT Brian Price to the Chicago Bears and outright released WR Dezmon Briscoe. Tampa Bay also announced that they have signed LB Thomas Williams to a two-year contract.
Price was selected by the Buccaneers in...
Today we covered the first Bears practice of training camp in Bourbonnais, high lighting the wide receiver battles, the new Bears offense and much more. Next we shifted our focus to the newly acquired defensive tackle Brian Price who the Bears obtained via trade from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Things are moving fast with the Bears in camp so you'll want to down load this and...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, while a a reporter was asking New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez a question, he ended up calling him “Tim.” He clearly made a mistake in thinking he was talking to back up quarterback Tim Tebow for a moment.
Sanchez then replied to the reporter by saying, ”I’m Mark.”
It looks like Tebow is already starting to overshadow...