Posts in category "Transactions and Trades"

Donovan McNabb: A Potential HOF Career, Now Reduced To Rubble…

McNabb Experienced Despair In DC.
To some Chicago readers this article may be considered far off the beaten path, however it needs to be recognized that Donovan MaNabb is a native of the great city windy city.  In fact, McNabb’s mom and other family members were in attendance at soldiers field during the Minnesota game, only to exit the stadium... Read more »

Notably; Taylor and Clark Cut, Sanzenbacher Stays

Dane Sanzenbacher, A Dynamic 3rd WR
With the final cuts all but completed, the Bears retained undrafted free agent WR Dane Sabzenbacher alone with 5 other URFAs.  As expected, both Chester Taylor and Desmond Clark were cut.  Taylor’s fate was pretty much sealed when Marion Barber put in two back-to-back strong performances during the pre-season.  Kahlil Bell also showed some flashes... Read more »

Haugh Rips Martz, Asks About NFC Title Game Play-Calling

Tribune writer Dave Haugh put Martz on the hot-seat in his article this morning, and rightfully so (see article). Just when I was looking (or wishfully thinking) for some bright-spot in Martz offensive masterplan, we see him behind the release of TE Greg Olsen (which was risky, but “could” have some benefit), then we we... Read more »
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Bears Busy, But Still In Need Of A "Sure-Thing" Talented Player

Just when some of us were about to resort to our usual pounding of Jerry Angelo and the Bears front office, the transaction continue to come in fast and furious.  The bears resigned Caleb Hanie, Corey Graham, Nick Roach, and nailed down 1st rounder Gabe Carimi.  On the other hand, they left Olin Kruetz twist... Read more »

Panthers Gain, Bears Lose.....

Yesterday the Bears traded stellar TE Greg Olson to the Carolina Panthers for a 3rd round draft pick (see Tribune article).   Sources say that it was Mike Martz who finally got his wish in regards to this move which I feel was completely “ludicrous”.   What makes this deal even worse is the fact... Read more »