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JERRY ANGELO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Chicago Bears Still Have One Angelo Blunder Left To Fix

Part of turning the Chicago Bears around meant fixing everything Jerry Angelo broke when he was GM.  That included dumping his bad picks and bad contracts.  It looked like the team was cancer-free coming into 2014.  Unfortunately there is one tumor the team neglected to remove.  Take one guess at who that is? That’s right.  His name is Jay Cutler. Trade With Denver Broncos...
Via Sports Mockery
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Bears GM Jerry Angelo: Words on domestic violence were 'twisted'

One day after a story appeared in USA Today with comments from him that “hundreds and hundreds” of cases of domestic violence were overlooked in the NFL, a clearly shaken former Bears general manager Jerry Angelo said Friday that his words and intent were “twisted” and “taken out of context,” and that he would have had no knowledge of what he appeared to allege in the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Bears GM backpedals on domestic violence comments

Former Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo made some hard-hitting revelations on Thursday about how his former team and other NFL teams have been known to handle domestic violence. Angelo told Josh Peter of USA Today Sports that there were “hundreds and hundreds” of domestic violence incidents during his 30 years in the league that...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Former NFL G.M says domestic violence cover ups were the norm

The NFL is currently in the middle of a huge controversy regarding domestic violence cases against several of its players, and the punishments they receive. While former Ravens running back Ray Rice has become the poster boy for this situation, former Bears G.M. Jerry Angelo says that cover ups have been the norm in the NFL for years. Per PFT: Former Bears G.M. Jerry Angelo tells...
Via Down and Distance
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Bears GM says NFL teams swept many domestic violence incidents under the rug

Today USA Today opened another bombshell on the NFL concerning Domestic Violence. Former NFL executive Jerry Angelo of the Chicago Bears said teams did not discipline players in “hundreds and hundreds” of domestic violence incidents during his 30 years in the league, and said he now regrets his role in the failure to take action. […] The post Former Bears GM says NFL teams...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Many not punished for domestic violence

Former Chicago general manager Jerry Angelo said NFL teams didn't discipline players in ''hundreds and hundreds'' of domestic violence incidents during his 30-year career, USA Today reported Thursday. ''I made a mistake,'' Angelo told the newspaper (http://usat.ly/1ydbFxX). ''I was human. I was part of it. I'm not proud of it.'...
Via AP on Fox
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Bears GM: NFL Ignored ‘Hundreds’ Of Domestic Violence Cases

Jerry Angelo’s days as an NFL employee are likely over. During a scathing interview with USA Today, the former Bears GM said the NFL ignored hundreds of domestic violences cases. Colangelo himself apologized for engaging in the ignorance as well. “I made a mistake.” “I was human. I was part of it. I’m not proud of it.” Angelo, who was general manager of the Chicago Bears...
Via BlackSportsOnline
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Former exec says NFL ignored 'hundreds' of domestic violence cases

Just when you thought the NFL's domestic violence bombshells had taken a permanent hiatus, one former Bears executive is putting the league's issues right back on the map. Jerry Angelo, who most recently was the Bears general manager from 2001-11 and has spent 30 years in the NFL, said NFL teams have failed to discipline players in "hundreds and hundreds" of domestic...
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Former NFL exec: Teams hid 'hundreds' of abuse incidents

A former NFL executive said teams did not discipline players in "hundreds and hundreds" of domestic violence incidents during his 30 years in the league, and said he now regrets his role in the failure to take action. "I made a mistake,'' Jerry Angelo told USA TODAY Sports. "I was human. I was part of it. I'm not proud of it.'' Angelo, who...
Via Pro Sports Daily
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Angelo’s highs and lows

Via Inside the Bears
January 03, 2012  |  Discuss
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