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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
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Angelo claims USA Today twisted his words

On Thursday evening, USA Today published an article by Josh Peter featuring an interview with former Bears GM Jerry Angelo. The first quote from Angelo used by Peter in the article is that NFL teams “did not discipline players in the ‘hundreds and hundreds’ of domestic violence incidents” during Angelo’s 30+ years in the NFL. The Bears issued a statement denying knowledge...
Via Awful Announcing
10 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
11 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
11 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
11 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
12 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
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Chicago Bears GM Covered Up Several Criminal Cases

Former Chicago Bears GM covered up several domestic violence cases over his 30 year career in the NFL. The report surfaced after Jerry Angelo himself spoke with USA TODAY Sports, admitting that he was a part of the problem, and regrets it now. “I Made a Mistake” Angelo, due to the Ray Rice case, is now coming out and admitting his faults. He admits to not reporting the domestic...
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12 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...
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12 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
12 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
12 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
12 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: Greg Olsen, Bears, Broncos, Browns, Lions, Ravens, Vikings

  Greg Olsen Former Bears GM Jerry Angelo admitted during a radio appearance on 87.7 FM The Game that trading TE Greg Olsen to the Panthers in 2011 was a mistake. “It was a mistake to trade him,” Angelo said, via CSNChicago.com. “I understand he wasn’t the ideal fit in the scheme, but we let our best receiver go. Obviously, it was [Jay] Cutler’s favorite receiver at...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears: Jerry Angelo admits trading Greg Olsen was a mistake

Before Brandon Marshall, before Alshon Jeffery, there was Greg Olsen. The man known as "G-Reg" in rapping circles (look it up) was Jay Cutler's favorite target during his days in Chicago, but was ultimately dealt to the Carolina Panthers after the 2010 season for a third-round pick. Of course, the Bears went on to turn that draft pick into Brandon Marshall via another...
Via Pro Sports Daily
19 days ago  |  Discuss

G-Reg for Marshall, Former Bears GM Regrets It

A recent report indicates that the former Chicago Bears general manager, Jerry Angelo, regrets trading away Greg Olsen back in 2010 for a third-round pick. Even though the Chicago Bears would eventually turn that third round pick into Brandon Marshall, Angelo still regrets it. “He’s met [expectations],” Angelo said on the “Kap and Haugh Show” Wednesday. “It was a mistake...
Via Sports Mockery
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Phil Emery Succeeding Where Angelo Failed

Fans of the Chicago Bears have asked what killed the tenure of former GM Jerry Angelo.  It’s a simple answer that Phil Emery is already proving.  Teams can’t hope to win in the NFL without drafting well, but more specifically they have to draft well in the early rounds.  That means getting hits in the 1st and 2nd.  That proved a big problem for Angelo, especially during the...
Via Sports Mockery
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Multiple Reports Say Jay Cutler Will Dominate, Under One Condition

Posted to Chicago BearsAs the Chicago Bears get ready for training camp, everyone seems to be on the Smokin’ Jay bandwagon. Starting with Jerry Angelo who was runnin’ his yapper again, but this time it was mostly positive. Angelo ranked Jay Cutler 13th in his quarterback rankings earlier this year, but spoke up on his behalf over the weekend. According to Comcast Sports Net:...
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June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Bears GM: If Jay Cutler Stays Healthy, Sky’s The Limit

Former Bears GM Jerry Angelo saw enormous potential when he traded two first-round picks, a third-round pick, a fifth-round pick and quarterback Kyle Orton to Denver in 2009 to acquire Jay Cutler.  Angelo said in an interview with 87.7 The Game in Chicago that if Cutler stays healthy, the sky’s the limit for the Bears quarterback and head coach Marc Trestman.  “The pressure’s...
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June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Bears GM: If Jay Cutler Stays Healthy, Sky’s The Limit

Former Bears GM Jerry Angelo saw enormous potential when he traded two first-round picks, a third-round pick, a fifth-round pick and quarterback Kyle Orton to Denver in 2009 to acquire Jay Cutler.  Angelo said in an interview with 87.7 The Game in Chicago that if Cutler stays healthy, the sky’s the limit for the Bears quarterback and head coach Marc Trestman.  “The pressure’s...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Jerry Angelo Hired as a Football Insider

Chicago Bears Football- On March 19th the former general manager of the Chicago Bears was hired by “The Game” which airs on 87.7. He will be on the air at 10:25 every Wednesday: “Starting this week, Angelo will join midday hosts David Kaplan and David Haugh at 10:25 a.m. every Wednesday on The Game 87.7 FM.” Jerry Angelo was the GM for the Chicago Bears from 2001 to 2012...
Via Sports Mockery
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Bears GM Angelo: Jay Cutler not comfortable reading defenses

Jerry Angelo used to be the general manager of the Chicago Bears, but he's not anymore because the team fired him after the 2011 season. One of the biggest trades of Angelo's tenure came in 2009 when he sent Kyle Orton, two first-round picks and a third-round pick to Denver for Jay Cutler. So now that he's not an employee of the Bears, what does Angelo think of Cutler...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Former NFL GM: RG3 won’t have a successful career playing outside the pocket

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Former Bears general manager Jerry Angelo evaluated every NFL quarterback according to how they played this past season. Angelo wrote some interesting things Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. Talented, but yet to define himself as an NFL quarterback. He won’t have a successful career...
Via Pro Football Zone
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Bears GM says Jay Cutler lacks poise, predetermined throws

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Former Chicago Bears General manager Jerry Angelo wrote an article for TheSidelineView.com rating every NFL quarterback according to how they played during the 2013 season. Angelo gave Cutler a 7.9 rating, which means the following. Talented, has good history of play, but had a subpar year...
Via Pro Football Zone
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Bears GM Jerry Angelo Rips Jay Cutler, Questions His Intelligence

Jerry Angelo is not a happy guy right now, and most of his ire seems directed at his former quarterback, Jay Cutler. Angelo of course was the architect of the 2009 trade that sent Kyle Orton and two first-round draft picks to Denver for Jay Cutler.  Some five years later, Angelo is out of a job, and Cutler just got a huge extension. In a write-up on TheSidelineView.com, Angelo...
Via Thacover2
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Bears GM Rips Jay Cutler, Questions His Intelligence

Jerry Angelo is not a happy guy right now, and most of his ire seems directed at his former quarterback, Jay Cutler. Angelo of course was the architect of the 2009 trade that sent Kyle Orton and two first-round draft picks to Denver for Jay Cutler.  Some five years later, Angelo is out of a job, and Cutler just got a huge extension. In a write-up on TheSidelineView.com, Angelo...
Via BlackSportsOnline
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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