The Chicago Bears remodeling process has been in full motion in this past week alone. The team traded away outside linebacker Jared Allen, inside linebacker Jonathan Bostic and waived safety Brock Vereen. The Bears received a sixth-round draft pick in return for both Allen and Bostic. While in Chicago, Allen never reached the level he was accustomed to playing in Kansas City and...
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) The New England Patriots have acquired linebacker Jonathan Bostic from the Chicago Bears for an undisclosed draft pick. A second-round draft pick in 2013, Bostic fell out of favor under new coach John Fox. Bostic started in 17 of 29 games he played, collecting 203 1/2 tackles. The Bears announced the deal on Tuesday. --- AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org
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The Chicago Bears traded outside linebacker Jared Allen to the Carolina Panthers on Monday. According to an ESPN report, the Bears also traded inside linebacker Jonathan Bostic to the New England Patriots.The Bears appear to be stocking up on future draft picks at the expense of players acquired by former general manager Phil Emery. ESPN's Dianna Marie Russini reports that more trades...
The New England Patriots reportedly upgraded their linebacker depth with a midseason trade for the second consecutive year. The Patriots acquired linebacker Jon Bostic from the Chicago Bears in a trade, league sources ESPN’s Field Yates and Jeff Dickerson on Monday. The Patriots sent a sixth-round draft pick to the Bears for the third-year pro, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported...
Jon Bostic had a pretty solid rookie season for the Bears last year with 57 tackles (45 unassisted) and an interception. Call me crazy, but I would not be shocked if the former Florida Gator takes it to the next level and takes a big step towards becoming one of the best in the league.Should he continue to blow up guys like Luke Joeckel and make tackles in the backfield I think that...
In 2013, linebacker Jonathan Bostic was only supposed to see limited time at the linebacker position for the Chicago Bears. He was drafted in the second round (50th overall pick), but coaches expected him to have a heavier role in special teams as opposed to the linebacker position, simply because veteran DJ Williams had just been signed by the team. Then, when Williams got placed...
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