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Jerry Angelo, former general manager of the Chicago Bears, had the dubious distinction of making terrible picks in the first round of the NFL draft. This list includes Cedric Benson, Chris Williams, Michael Haynes and Rex Grossman. It seems as though Phil Emery, the current general manager of the Chicago Bears, is continuing - or possibly surpassing - Angelo's notorious first round draft history.
I was just putting myself together after giggling over the Giants reaching for Justing Pugh at pick number 19 when I heard the news Emery had taken Kyle Long, offensive lineman from Oregon, at 20. I couldn't believe the talent Emery was leaving on the board to take Kyle Long.
Consider the players still available when the Bears made this pick: Sharrif Floyd, Tyler Eifert, Desmond Trufant and Alec Ogletree. All four of these guys would have fit a need for the Bears and made an immediate impact.
I like the idea of adding to the offensive line, but I think Emery took the wron...
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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 [...]
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...
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...
Chicago Bears fifth-round offensive linemen Jordan Mills has two cousins currently playing in the NFL, from whom Mills learned much about the game of football.
This is Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his boo Kristin Cavallari. The two are rocking out 80's style for Cutler's 30th birthday celebration.
Happy Birthday “Smoking Jay Cutler.” On Monday Cutler, the quarterback of the Chicago Bears, turns 30 but before that he had a 1980′s themed birthday party.
According to his wife, Kristin Cavallari, there is no need to worry about Jay picking up unhealthy habits as the cigarette is fake.
The birthday boy and I
Jay Cutler is turning 30 on Monday, and it looks like he and fiancee Kristin Cavallari began the celebration early. Cavallari tweeted out the picture you see above on Saturday evening, calling Cutler “sooo sexy.” She also said they were throwing an ’80s-themed birthday party for the quarterback.
Ordinarily we’d clown on Cutler for looking goofy, but he’s actually (sort...
In the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select Georgia defensive end Cornelius Washington.
Today, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler turns 30 years and his birthday celebration with girlfriend Kristin Cavallari appeared to be 80's-themed.
Check out Cutler donning a mullet wig, some Zubaz pants, and a cigarette (for good measure) in the below photographic proof:
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Kristin Cavallari tweeted this picture of Jay Cutler with ’80s rocker hair and get-up, along with his meme-appropriate cigarette at a 30th birthday celebration for everyone’s favorite chain-smoking feline quarterback. It’s hilarious on its own and another in a series of instances where Cutler has subtly acknowledged how the Internet makes fun of him.
Cutler might still be...
I guess today was…happy birthday Jay Cutler! And there’s a picture of Jay Cutler with his fiance Kristen Cavallari that’s making the internet rounds today. It was first published by who else, Deadspin, they break everything nowadays. And now it’s all over Twitter.
I know you don’t care. Or should I say it like Jay Cutler you DONNNNNNN’T CARRRRRRRREEEEE.
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.