was the "Ultimate Strong-Man" at this years combine by bench pressing
225lbs a record 49 reps (whose your daddy now fridge???). Paea's strength
was apparent at the combines, and he's been characterized as a "great"
run-stopper and can effectively move O-Linemen off the box. He's still
considerably short, but his massive strength may serve as a great equalizer.
Ialso "loved" the Bears pick of DT Stephen Paea who
Safety Chris Conte reminds me so-much of old Bears DB greats
Doug Plank or even Gary Fencik. Conte is a fierce tackler who
plays the run very well. However, he lacks ability in coverage. OLB
JT Thomas is another player that could payoff huge dividends on special teams
if anywhere else. Thomas has been noted for his great "speed"
and excellent lateral movement which also makes him formidable against the pass
233lbs, Enderle has all the physical attributes to be a successful QB in the
NFL, but he is still considered a work-in-progress. Enderle's senior year
was his most productive where he posted 22 TDPs against 9 INTs.
That leaves Idaho QB Nathan Enderle. At 6'5" and
active in the free agent market once the labor situation gets resolved.
Tribune writer Dan Pompei feels that Bears have made the moves that will
not only help them keep pace with
According to the Tribune, the Bears are still looking to be
What do you say Chicago Bear Fans?????