BOLDIN FIRES ROSENHAUS
While the rest of the Bears world has moved beyond Anquan Boldin, I'm holding out hope. Boldin firing Drew
means there is still a deal there to be made. The more I hear Jerry
Angelo defend this receiving corps, the more I'm reminded how
inexperienced and underwhelming the group has become. Yes, Devin Hester
could become a star. Yes, Earl Bennett could start thinking he's back
in college. Yes, Juaquin "Tango" Iglesias could become 2009's Eddie
Royal. I'd just rather have one sure thing from this unit besides the
number of balls Rash Davis will drop.
THE PLAYER TO WATCH IN TRAINING CAMP
So from OTAs, it looks like the Bears will have battles at left guard,
strong side backer and free safety that will bear watching. I'll tell
you what player I'll be watching more than any other: Caleb Hanie.
We're on pace to go through the 2009 season ONE BAD TACKLE away from
having an undrafted, second-year project attempt to lead the Chicago
Bears to a division title they should be favored to win. All the great
juice from the off-season can evaporate into thin air should #6 get
86'd by an over-aggressive defensive end in August. Call it doomsday if
you will. But it's reality.
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