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BIGBEARBALLS wrote: His old coaching buddies Dungy and Herm Edwards are pretty good on TV. Maybe Lovie and Angelo can have a draft show together.
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Anytime23 wrote: I hope he doesn't actually talk about offense.
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jimmyray78 wrote: Anytime23 wrote: I hope he doesn't actually talk about offense.He's still talking about Hester playing WR.
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shark86x wrote: Lovie, on camera? on national TV? Some things will never change.Just like his in-game adjustments. It will be the most boring, droll, unimaginative, repetitive TV spot ever.
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DoubleDown11 wrote: Just for the sake of accuracy, he has not been hired as an ESPN analyst. He appeared on some ESPN shows yesterday and may work as an analyst this year, not necessarily for ESPN. He is not currently employed by anybody.
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Posted: 4/19/2013 1:34 PM
I doubt he will make a good studio analyst but Dungy has kept that job for a few years now and I honest think Lovie deep down might have more personality.
That being said, I wish him well. He did a good job for the Bears overall and both sides have move on. I think Bears fans should as well.
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