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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by 4dabers, Mar 6, 2014.
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OK Thanks Soul
These guys are mostly street FA like he signed to fill gaps last year. They're either backups or they won't even make the team. They can't get serious about any of the others until Saturday when they can begin negotiations and then next Tuesday when they can announce any signings. This is just Emery pissin' in the wind. :10_4_4v: Look like he's facing North though. LOL
Hence my toungue-in-cheek, over the top post.
Hey, if SOMEONE can post a thread espousing the the Bears have TAGGED MAJOR WRIGHT, then I can have a lil fun too.;)
Of course, nothing against Trevor Scott, lord knows he's seen more time as a professional football player than I have, but soul is right, he's a deep depth signing. God bless him, maybe he can become something he never has, but I sure wouldn't want to bet a shiny new dime on it. :)
and the problem is???
The thing is with Scott is that he had decent stats in his 2nd and 3rd years. Hey, if he can get some pressures and maybe a sack or 2 as the last DE in the rotation then it will have been worth it (Of course if he makes it out of training camp and on to the actual final roster).
At least this cat has managed to hang around the league for six years so he must be able to at least hold a football right side up huh? o_O
By the way which is right side up? Line, laces or the wide open space? :confused:
Hahaha we got one of Lovies boys! He can have Pep, Pnut and Devin now, we dont care!
He's probably waiting for that one big payday before he does.
In his pic he looks like he's very stoned. If he can't make the team in Chicago he might feel right at home here in Denver. More pot shops per square mile than any planet in the universe. Don't anyone tell Motown or he'll want to move out here and sleep on my couch.
man this was a great signing, circa 2008. Now this is just camp bodies and hoping something sticks.
I wouldn't mind Phil making a move on DE Alex Carrington, who would be more than just a camp body.