Bears Minicamp Notebook: June 18

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  1. JustAnotherBearsFan99

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    I feel the same way. But I have to believe this is his last chance.
     
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    I feel bad for the guy but man the guy just couldn't catch or block. They said he could play basketball though. Good fer him.
     
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    Just heard Hub or Zach on the score saying he's been dropping and fumbling this whole mini camp, he was doomed.

    But like I said, if the staff doesn't feel he's developing enough then they'll move on; and they have.

    They'll dumpster dive to find someone else.


    They said that Palmer has looked bad b/c of the pec tear, and that Trestie said that Clausen will be here for TC.
     
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    The players are now all under contract. January is the time to raid the CFL larder. All you'll get now is the CFL cuts, though by the sound of it, some of them might be an improvement. ;)

    BTW, the CFL doesn't use TEs like NFL does, rather they'll bring in an extra OT or two as a blocking TE or a big slotback who is good at blocking to run routes from the TE position. Occasionally they'll send one of those OTs out on a route and catch the D with its pants down. Funny, but those guys never seem to drop the ball. To be fair to those smurf DBs though, just imagine trying to tackle head-on a 315lb. 6'7" OT with the ball in his hands and the endzone in sight.


    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dV0Yrg0WMQ
     
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