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With the 20th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears selected offensive lineman Kyle Long from the University of Oregon Let’s take a moment to get to know the newest Bear and see how he fits on the roster. Bio Kyle Long took an unconventional route to the first-round pick, launching his career as a [...]The post Chicago Bears select Kyle Long, OL, Oregon, 20th overall by Jon Vander Woude appeared first on WCSN - The Water Cooler Sports Network.
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Photo Credit: GatorZone.com The Chicago Bears selected former Florida Gators star linebacker Jon Bostic to become the successor to Brian Urlacher with their second-round pick (No. 50 overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft. Bostic is a versatile middle linebacker and vocal leader who hustles to the football and could benefit from competing with the team’s veteran linebackers and also...
Good thing the Chicago Bears annual draft party wasn’t scheduled until Friday night. With the NFL draft’s first round in the books late Thursday evening, the Bears reach of Oregon offensive lineman Kyle Long would have been ment with a cascade of “why’s and “oh no’s” by savvy Bears fans who expected their favorite club to take advantage of several [...]
If there is one thing Chicago Bears fans have learned about general manager Phil Emery, he is not one to tip his hand.The man would be a pro at a poker table. So needless to say it’s anyone’s guess as to who the Bears will select with the 20th pick in Thursday’s NFL draft.But let’s try and delve into the thought process of those in charge at Halas Hall.If you follow social...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, both the Bears and Vikings want Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o and Minnesota plans on trading up to grab him. The #Vikings and #Bears love Manti Te’o. If Minnesota wants to grab him, they’ll need to jump up over Chicago. That’s what they plan to do — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 25, 2013 Both teams need the help at linebacker...
NFL Hall of Fame defensive end Howie Long, father of Chicago Bears first-round pick Kyle Long, says his son would not have fallen to the second round of this year’s draft.
Did you ever have that situation where you tried something the first time and you thought it was great, but the next time you tried it just wasn't that good?
For instance, you go to get some pizza from around the corner and afterwards you swear to your friends that you never had better pizza, but when you all go back there the pepperoni pizza actually tastes like...
With the 50th pick in the 2013 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears selected linebacker Jon Bostic from the University of Florida. Let’s take a moment to get to know the newest Bear and see how he fits on the roster. Bio Bostic was a highly recruited linebacker out of high school who saw significant playing time [...]The post Chicago Bears select Jon Bostic 50th overall by Jon Vander...
Chicago Bears GM Phil Emery has a plan heading into this year’s draft. Bear Report reveals the method to his madness by dissecting his recent comments about strategy, trading and the evaluation process.
With the first-round selection of offensive lineman Kyle Long, the question must be asked: Is Chicago Bears GM Phil Emery the smartest man in the room, or does he just think he is?
The Chicago Bears filled one more position of need by selecting former Florida linebacker Jon Bostic in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft.