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Posted: 1/4/2013 9:50 AM
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facewweasel wrote: I like j.long for LT over albert cause i think the chiefs keep himi believe the bears fa aremelton urlacher campbell,hayden (,moore?)bowman, okoye, hayes, bell mccown i'm sure there's more just waiting to see how much cap room the bears will use this yrbtw bears should trade #20th pick for more picks
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msqboxer2011 wrote: I think the best use of Hester is to trade him during the draft for let's say Hester and our 5th pick for a late 2nd rounder. I don't want Hester traded for a 5th alone, because the chances of that pick making it is less than 50%.
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Anytime23 wrote: Hesters coming off of his worst year and just talked about debating retirement. No one is trading for him.
Posted: 1/4/2013 11:23 AM
DoubleDown11 wrote: If Dustin Keller and/or Jared Cook leave their current teams and hit the open market, there is no reason one of them shouldn't be in a Bears uniform next season. Tight end was such a huge black hole this year that I'd rather bring in an established guy to hit the ground running than trying to work a rookie into the mix. Emery even said it in his press conference. We pretty much didn't throw to the middle of the field all year long.
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Posted: 1/4/2013 11:39 AM
GSHSoldier wrote: DoubleDown11 wrote: If Dustin Keller and/or Jared Cook leave their current teams and hit the open market, there is no reason one of them shouldn't be in a Bears uniform next season. Tight end was such a huge black hole this year that I'd rather bring in an established guy to hit the ground running than trying to work a rookie into the mix. Emery even said it in his press conference. We pretty much didn't throw to the middle of the field all year long.I actually want to see TE Heath Miller here next season. He is a free agent too..Keller had 2 TD's about 300 yards receivingCook had 4 TD's about 400 yards receivingHeath Miller had 800 yards receiving and 8 TD's with oft-injured Rothlessburger
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Ontherebound wrote: I like Cook alot. I'm not as high on Keller. Seems to get hurt a lot and is a little on the shorter side for a TE. Doesn't offer the big target I think Jay would like. But he'd obviously be an upgrade.
Posted: 1/4/2013 1:15 PM
GGGilliniballa18 wrote: First off, I believe the Head Coach will either be Peter Carmichael or Mike McCoy.Resign/Trade:Trade Devin Hester to Jacksonville for a 5th round pick.Let Urlacher walk if he wants more than a one year deal.Resign Melton for 5 years at 25 million.Bring back Bowman, Collins, Roach, Scott, Spencer, Anderson, Okoye and McCownRelease:Idonije, Nolan, Walters, Hayden, Bell, Moore, CampbellSignings:LT Brandon Albert DE Glenn DorseyCB Derek Cox S Will AllenDraft:1st LB Alec Ogletree Georgia2nd TE Zach Ertz Stanford 4th OT Kyle Long Oregon5th OG Hugh Thornton Illinois5th RB Marcus Lattimore South Carolina6th CB Desmond Trufant WashingtonWhat do you guys think and what would be your off season?
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