The Bears made their big splash on the offensive line last season. They will sit out the big spending this year and wait to find an value players as training camp gets closer.
There’s only one question mark on the line going into next season. The Bears currently don’t have a starting center. Yesterday we gave you two options the team can consider in free agency. Just in case...
TE Steve Maneri, OT Jonathan Scott, G James Brown, DT Stephen Paea, DE Cornelius Washington, CB Charles Tillman, S Anthony Walters
RB David Wilson, CB Corey Webster, CB Jayron Hosley, TE Adrien Robinson, C David Baas and S Cooper Taylor.
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The Bears have signed offensvie tackle Jonathan Scott and waived tight end Kyle Adams. The team also added QB Jerrod Johnson to the practice squad. Full press release below.
After waiving Jonathan Scott, Chicago doesn’t have a single player on the Week 1 injury report. Full Bears-Bengals Wednesday injury report below.
Free agent OL R.J. Mattes has been suspended for four games. (Aaron Wilson)
Bears released OT Jonathan Scott and re-signed TE Kyle Adams. (Aaron Wilson)
The Bengals placed WR Andrew Hawkins on injured reserve/designated to return.
LT Andrew Whitworth doesn’t expect to play against the Bears this weekend. (Bengals.com)
Rookie QB E.J. Manuel will be...
The Chicago Bears have signed tight end Kyle Adams and waived offensive tackle Jonathan Scott.
The Chicago Bears have established their initial 53-man roster for the 2013 season and already have put themselves in a very concerning position with the depth in the trenches. The lone call it surprise of the cuts was the cut of J'Marcus Webb who came into camp with the opportunity to be the starting right tackle. Instead Webb was demoted to swing tackle and then upon his...
According to the official website of the Chicago Bears, the team released former Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Jonathan Scott late Tuesday evening.
Now, before any of you get too excited about Scott possibly returning to Pittsburgh for a second tour of duty, you should know that he has recently had issues with one of his knee and just recently returned to practice. According to Brad...
The Chicago Bears have cut 14 players so far, and another 22 will be slashed by Saturday. The Bears final roster cuts will undoubtedly include familiar names, but who is considered on the bubble?
The one name that has been on the tongues of Bears fans, coaches, and on sports talk radio is J’Marcus Webb. The former 7th round pick was removed from the starting right tackle job,...
The Bears offseason has entered the home stretch. Last Thursday, rookies and veterans began arriving in Bourbonnais, Illinois. With Week One of Camp Trestman behind them it’s time to take a look at how the team is progressing as the current roster of 90 players begin the process of winning positions on the final roster.Phil Emery – Read My Lips, No 2013 Contract Extensions The...
With Chicago Bears training camp right around the corner, here are five positional battles to keep an eye on in Bourbonnais. 1. J’Marcus Webb vs. Jonathan Scott, Offensive Right Tackle (ORT). Webb gets another chance, this time back on the right side following the free agent signing of new left tackle Jermon Bushrod from New Orleans. Webb may find the [...]
After deciding to spend the entire organized team activity workout period working out on his own in Arizona the Bears have decided to trade former first round pick Gabe Carimi. The Bears completely revamped their offensive line from a year ago with only two potential starters returning from a year ago. J'Marcus Webb and Roberto Garza will be the only two returning starters...
According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, offensive lineman Gabe Carimi is fighting for a roster spot after being taken in the first round of the 2011 draft.
Forget battling for a starting job right now, the 2011 first-round draft pick faces competition for a roster spot. The Bears essentially have made right tackle a battle between J’Marcus Webb and Jonathan Scott, a non...
The Chicago Bears didn’t do too much to bolster their roster on the open market, but the club looks to be slightly better off—if anything—after almost four weeks of 2013 NFL Free Agency. Let’s examine their updated team needs heading into the 2013 NFL Draft (in no particular order). Photo Credit: ChicagoBears.com 1. Linebacker Lance Briggs (pictured above) has registered...
Based on pass blocking snap and QB disruption statistics the Chicago Bears, cummulatively have the four worst pass blocking offensive tackles in the NFL on the roster from the 2012 season. Based on the All-22 tape evaluation the stats seem to match the lack of protection each offensive tackle provided for their respective QBs on the season. Despite the praises sung by Emery towards...
The Chicago Bears and offensive tackle Jonathan Scott have agreed to a one-year contract.
The 6-foot-6, 318-pound Scott signed with the Bears last September and appeared in 12 games while making seven starts - six at right tackle. He has started 35 of 70 games played for Detroit (2006-07), Buffalo (2009), Pittsburgh (2010-11) and Chicago (2012) after being drafted in the fifth round...
Via AP on Fox
March 25, 2013
The Bears re-signed offensive tackle Jonathan Scott today, who started seven games for the club last year. How will his return impact the roles of J’Marcus Webb and Gabe Carimi? We have the answers.
The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with offensive tackle Jonathan Scott.
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Aaron Kromer's run scheme and what type of offensive linemen might the Bears target to fit into the scheme.
More on Kromer from former Saints Fullback Mike Karney on this...
The Chicago Bears are in a hell of a salary cap and financial crunch on a level with some of the worst salary cap situations in the NFL. This fact has gone completely unnoticed by even the most nuanced NFL analysts and Bears beat reporters. The problem has gone unnoticed because prior to Henry Melton being designated the franchise player the Bears were under the salary cap...
Second year offensive tackle Gabe Carimi was benched a little over a quarter of the way through the season, in favor of free agent pickup Jonathan Scott. Scott was cut after a few years unsuccessful years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and then signed by the Bears when it became apparent that Chris Williams was going to be cut.
Scott came in and was the starter for the final...
We look at the numbers to see if Jonathan Scott, who started six games for the Bears last season, has the potential to be a long-term starter at right tackle in Chicago.
Relegated to winning their final two games and hoping for some help, the Chicago Bears finally received a bit of good news when they hit the Halas Hall practice fields for a light workout in preparation for Sunday’s road trip to Arizona. The lengthy injury list has been pared, Only two Bears, MLB Brian Urlacher and OT Jonathan Scott missed practice. A number [...]
Chicago Bears offensive lineman Jonathan Scott suffered a
hamstring injury during yesterday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers, reports Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago.
The Bears' continuity of their offensive line took another
hit when starting right tackle Jonathan Scott sustained a hamstring injury
in the first half against the Green Bay Packers.
Scott suffered his...
Contrary to the popular belief that Jonathan Scott had a decent game, the All-22 tape reveals otherwise. I have been one of the strongest critics of Bears RT Gabe Carimi from the start of camp. At not point however did I advocate that Carimi should be benched.
Carimi has been one of the worst offensive tackles in the league in pass protection but very good as a run blocker...