Posts tagged "Aaron Kromer"

Chicago Bears rookie review: Part 1

Chicago Bears rookie review: Part 1
The Chicago Bears’ second draft class under general manager Phil Emery has finished its first season. The class was again headlined by what many considered to be a risky pick in Kyle Long, whose athleticism and potential outmatched any real production of note at the college level. In addition to Long, Emery selected five more... Read more »

Chicago Bears will start four new offensive lineman in 2013

Chicago Bears will start four new offensive lineman in 2013
Jay Cutler has been sacked 156 times during his stay here in Chicago. He’s played in games where by halftime the opposing team had 10 sacks. He’s faced injury problems with concussions and has taken some brutal hits over the last few years  by some of the hardest hitting lineman in the league. The Chicago... Read more »

Jay Cutler feeling comfortable in new offense

Jay Cutler feeling comfortable in new offense
Jay Cutler has faced an enormous amount of criticism as the Chicago Bears’ starting quarterback since he arrived here in 2009. He’s been unfairly critiqued at times, while other times have been justified with a lousy performance. Cutler has been through five different offensive coordinators, and he’s onto his third head coach. He’s had to... Read more »
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2013 NFL Draft: Chicago Bears' interior line big board

2013 NFL Draft: Chicago Bears' interior line big board
Here’s a look at my pre-combine ranking of this year’s interior offensive line prospects. #1 Chance Warmack, Alabama – Warmack could go in the top-15, but there’s a good possibility that he can fall to #20. We see it every year in the Draft where an OG is highly touted as a top-15 pick but... Read more »

Bears to hire Aaron Kromer as offensive coordinator and line coach

Bears to hire Aaron Kromer as offensive coordinator and line coach
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, New Orleans Saints’ offensive line coach Aaron Kromer has agreed to terms with the Chicago Bears to become the team’s offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. The Bears confirmed the news Wednesday night. Just to make things perfectly clear here, Kromer will not be responsible for the Bears’ offense. He... Read more »