O'Donnell and Bostic reunited

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  1. Chicago_66

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    http://www.chicagobears.com/news/ar...h-Bostic/19c554e0-85d0-43ab-865e-1c75b1a2557a

    Always blows my mind when NFL players come from the same HS. It's bound to happen, but coming from a TINY town where no one makes D1 let alone NFL this is quite impressive. Let's hope these guys can both become good players for the Bears and have long, productive careers for us with that C on the helmet.
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    This is pretty cool.

    As a side note, Bostic will also be reunited with Teddy Bridgewater in the NFC North whom he laid out in the now famous mortal kombat fatality-esque hit on Bridgewater in college.
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    Cool. Maybe Pat can teach him how to play linebacker. :thumb:

    Yeah, I remember.



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    I feel a little campfire kum-bi-yah singing should be in order around training camp time. LOL
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    Jones knocked Bridgewater's helmet off as well LOL.
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    lol... looks like formal introductions have already been made. When they see each other on the field again, Jones can go right to the helmet removal ceremony without shaking hands.
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    We've got a trio who take helmets from Bridgewater. At 1:04 you can see the hit that takes off Bridgewaters helmet but the highlight is worth watching. I really hope he's good enough to make the team, I think him and Jones could be a great pair of UDFA's to groom for later. At the very least, he brings the attitude you need at LB.
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    Lattimore looks like he's got some wheels on him too and he can hit. This is a pretty fast bunch of guys we've been fielding to play LB. If guys like Lattimore and Jones make the team they're gonna end up on Joe D's coverage teams and this kid Lattimore looks like he could be a killer STeams guy.
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    That's what I was thinking, he plays with a mean streak and could be like Ayanbadejo was except nastier. Jones and Lattimore covering kicks would be great, and intimidating. I'd love if he could develop into something, he sorta reminds me of James Harrison. Both were about the same size coming out, hopefully he's got a few more IQ points than Harrison though.

    I'm excited about both Jones and Lattimore though.
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    I love the way this kid plays. He is out to hurt you. Feel bad for Bridgewater. If I were him, I'd look at the back of my jersy to see if someone painted a bulls-eye on it, lol.
    Seems like he can play too. He was a UFDA? looks better than that to me.
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    Damn.....would love nothing more then seeing a few Bears LB's hitting QB's game in and game out.. Mmmm that is sexy!!!
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    Wouldn't that be great?
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    It would be freaking awesome....maybe Shea can knock out Rodgers again but this time from his natural position....
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    What is Rogers natural position? It should be on his back (place your own jokes here...)
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