Sanz showed better skill in his first year than Mike Williams did in his. Sanz also showed better skill in his first three or four games than Devin Thomas did in the same number of seasons.
DevinT, Thank you so much for making it absolutely clear to the coaching staff that Sanz needs to be on the 53 man roster!
Maybe we can store and develop that big WR kid (Chris Summers?) on the PS.
Williams is a big guy who's slow afoot and not at all nifty. Not the kind of guy you want in the slot. Besides we've already got a Sanz clone competing with him. From the descriptions of his play in camp Brittan Golden is Sanz's twin brother from a different mother. Same size, gets open and catches everything in sight. I think we're set as far as WR's go brother.
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good, I like Sanz and think this helped him big time
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Tweet nation says we just signed Rasheed Davis back for a 1 year deal......why; why why?!?!?
and just found the report. booo Emery Booooo!!!!
Bears bring back Rashied Davis
Posted by Josh Alper on August 6, 2012, 12:19 PM EDT
Getty Images The Bears lost a wide receiver who made most of his impact on special teams when Devin Thomas decided he didn’t want to play football anymore and they are filling his roster spot with a former member of the team with a similar profile.
The Bears announced Monday that they have signed wide receiver Rashied Davis to a one-year deal. Davis joined the Bears as a free agent in 2005 after a few years in the Arena League and wound up sticking around for six years. He saw his most extensive action as an offensive player in 2008 when he started 12 games and caught 35 passes, but his most memorable catch came a couple of years before when he caught a 30-yard pass in overtime to set up the winning field goal in a divisional playoff win over the Seahawks.
After 2008, Davis played almost exclusively on special teams. He signed with the Lions before last season and played a similar role in 11 games for them. We’d say the same role, except Davis also saw some time at cornerback when injuries ravaged the Lions secondary.
That wouldn’t seem to be a likely spot for him in Chicago, but a little versatility never hurt a guy trying to make a football team.
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