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1. Offensive Line
If the Chicago Bears could pull it off, they would love to tear down the offensive line and start over in 2013. Even 2011 first-round pick Gabe Carimi’s job is in jeopardy, as he may be moved inside to guard in the near future. They have to come away with at least one starting lineman in free agency and another within the first three rounds of the draft.
2. Tight End
The Bears have some of the best blocking tight ends in the league in Kellen Davis and Matt Spaeth, but with Mike Martz long gone it’s time to find another pass catcher. Tyler Eifert would be a great addition in the first round.
The Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs era is nearly over, and no one on the current roster is ready to fill their shoes. Both could be back in 2013, but youth and depth are definitely needed.
BEST OF MAXIM
The city of Chicago has it’s own Katherine Webb; well two of them actually, Chloe Trestman and Sarahanne Trestman. It didn’t take long for the city’s perverted to realize that the two daughters of newly hired Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman are…quite photogenic to say the least. Here’s the Twitter reaction to Sarahanne and Chloe Trestman during their dad’s intro...
Jay Cutler, QB, Chicago Bears
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Year in and year out the Chicago Bears Jay Cutler is always thought of as being one of the young quarterbacks who will break out at his position. Decked out with arm strength, agility, a good sense of seeing down field and being very good at progressive...
An Illinois sheriff says Chicago Bears offensive lineman J'Marcus Webb is free on bond after being accused of possessing marijuana in his vehicle during a traffic stop.
Sheriff Randy Kern tells KFVS-TV (http://bit.ly/WrxmUv) the 24-year-old Webb was arrested Sunday night in Pulaski County, in the far southern part of Illinois along the Ohio River. Kern says Webb faces charges...
A prosecutor said Wednesday he will not pursue marijuana possession charges against Chicago Bears offensive lineman J'Marcus Webb, who was charged after a traffic stop in southern Illinois over the weekend.
Pulaski County State's Attorney Grayson Gile said the pot charges related to Webb's arrest Sunday night have been dropped, the (Carbondale) Southern Illinoisan reported...
Earlier today it was reported that Chicago Bears offensive lineman J’Marcus Webb was arrested for possession marijuana. Since then, things have changed.
According to the Associated Press, the charges against Webb have been dropped. The only reason charges like these are dropped is if the police messed up and did something wrong.
Webb even took the time out to apologize on his...
Chicago Bears offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb caught a break Wednesday afternoon when downstate Illinois authorities decided not to pursue drug charges against him. Webb was pulled over for speeding Sunday night, and police allegedly found less than 2.5 grams of marijuana in his car. According to the Pulaski County (IL) sheriff’s office, he initially was charged with possession...
MOUND CITY, Ill. (AP) — An Illinois prosecutor says he won't pursue charges that Chicago Bears offensive lineman J'Marcus Webb had marijuana in his vehicle during a traffic stop., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/prosecutor-drops-drug-case-against-bears-webb-yahoo-sports
Brandon Marshall, WR, Chicago Bears
School: Central Florida
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Brandon Marshall is a much better receiver than people like to give him credit for. Even knowing that, his reunion with QB Jay Cutler went slightly better than was expected. Marshall ended up finishing 2nd in fantasy points among wide receivers...
Chicago Bears offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb was arrested in Pulaski County, IL Sunday night on a possession of marijuana charge.
The topic of gay athletes in professional sports has once again picked up steam this week with Colorado tight end Nick Kasa’s revelation that an NFL team asked him if he likes girls at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Teams are known to ask some odd questions while interviewing NFL prospects (See: Bryant, Dez), but many people have argued that questions about a player’s...