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Audibles: Fuller Transitioned, Draft Thoughts, Kevin White, Q Brothers, Links!

| March 8th, 2018

A lot seemingly going on in the land of the Bears. Let’s take a look at some of it.


Kyle Fuller, Transitioned

There was much debate this off-season about the best approach to Fuller, a player with one of the most tumultuously bizarre starts to an NFL career many can remember. He’s been at turns terrific and terrible, including missing an entire season for injury reasons the organization did not believe were valid.

Ryan Pace had to answer a simple question: did Fuller’s 2017 performance convince him the corner was worthy of top corner money? Applying the transition tag answers that question with a definitive NO. The Bears like Fuller. But if they valued him as a top corner, there were plenty of deals struck at the position last off-season to set the market.

The Bears will now see how the marketplace values Fuller. And they’ll know that if they want him on their 2018 roster, it is fully in their control.


Three Thoughts on the Draft

The official email account of DBB receives more action in the lead-up to the draft than at any other time. And thankfully there are now people like Data and Andrew writing here because my god do I find the whole draft process to be a colossal bore. Here are three general thoughts.

(1) Unless a team has designs on one specific player (Bears with Trubisky, Falcons with Julio…etc.) they almost ALWAYS want to trade back. GMs and scouting departments live for this shit. The more times they can get on the clock, the more opportunities they have to pad their resumes. (So stop emailing me and asking me if the Bears want to trade back.)

(2) Ryan Pace has made three first-round picks. Kevin White, a freak athlete who can’t stay on the field. Leonard Floyd, a freak athlete who struggles to stay on the field. Mitch Trubisky, quarterback of the future. But there’s more pressure on this off-season for Pace than any previous one. Don’t be surprised if his approach veers more conservative on draft weekend.

(3) This quarterback class is weak. There will be an inevitable first-round run on them but is that run going to be in the top ten? Some folks I have spoken to in the league do not believe so.


#JahnsSoWhite

From AJ After Dark’s piece from the Combine on Kevin White:

Meanwhile, the Bears still are trying to figure out what to expect from White. Receiver is a priority for the organization in free agency and the draft, but the plan is to give White one more chance after serious injuries limited him to only five games in three seasons.

“Kevin is a guy you see who hasn’t had a lot of games these past few years,” Bears coach Matt Nagy said. “We understand that, but for me, that’s the challenge as a head coach.

‘‘You love to see those kinds of situations. You don’t make any promises that anything’s going to happen. But you see a kid like that, you know his road and where he’s at, and I look at that as a personal challenge to get him to a place where we want to get him.”

Ka’Raun is predicting that White will “shock the world” much like he did three years ago at the combine.

“He’s still humble, hungry and wants to prove everybody wrong,” he said. “A lot of people are saying he’s a bust, he’s glass, he’s this. But he [doesn’t] let all that get to his head. He’s still working every day. Rehabbing. He’ll bounce back.”

The Bears will expect nothing from Kevin White in 2018. But they are going to give him every opportunity to make an impact on this organization.


Q Brothers. Sweetness.


Tweet of the Week


LINKS!

  • Feel like watching video of Adam Hoge training for the NFL Combine? Yeah, me neither. But that won’t keep me from sharing it with you.
  • Chicago community colleges are facing an epidemic of students having to choose between purchasing school materials or purchasing food. So the schools are taking it upon themselves to feed the kids. A great read from the Daily Herald.
  • Many in the NFL media are pushing the Pro Football Hall of Fame for a travel award. Folks, I’ve been there. It sucks. Sometimes folks in the media just lose their minds over this shit. Is there any human being who has been to both Lambeau Field and the HoF in Canton and doesn’t think the former is the far more impressive experience? Same goes for Soldier Field, The Big House and the first bar toilet where Pat Summerall first pissed his pants. And that’s just football!
  • Shared by Data on Twitter, here’s a somewhat comprehensive breakdown of potential Bears free agent target Albert Wilson from Arrowhead Pride.
  • William Wade was a musical theatre composer who paid the rent by playing piano at showtune bars in NYC. He was also my friend. This is a touching tribute from TampaBay.com.

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  • SC Dave

    Think I’ll read the tribute piece first…

    A worthy read. Thanks Jeff.

  • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

    Jeff, quick question, Do the Bears want to trade back in the 1st round of the draft? : )

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  • Bear Instincts

    Big contracts are forcing a lot if teams to consider releasing players such as Sherman/Seahawks, Landry/Dolphins and Suh/Dolphins. Thank goodness for Pace and his reasonable contracts that he can always get out from under.

    Unless there is a generational talent (s.barkley & q.nelson) there is always a run on qb’s and this year will be no different especially with the amount if qb needy teams in the top ten. Even if teams load up on a qb in FA it just means someone will trade down to grab a qb.

    There does not seem to be a consensus position of need this year that lines up with the freak athlete profile that Pace likes in the first round. Hopefully that will push him to trade back but only if we can get two 1st rounders

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      Sooner or later Pace will need to give out some big contracts. Like you, I have been glad he hasn’t done that yet. For fans it is exciting to see those big names signed, but we are in a total rebuild so I don’t mind the way he has done it so far. But it is time to loosen the purse strings.

      • BerwynBomber

        Fourth year of Pace we are now in total rebuild.

        • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

          sorry we have been in a total rebuild.

          • CanadaBear

            Once they started shipping out BMarsh and Black Uni for peanut vendors to be named later, the rebuild was on. I’ve heard Adam Jahns on a podcast refer to seeing really bad locker rooms with his time covering the Bears and I’m guessing he was referring to Nessman’s. I can only imagine how much BMarsh would wear you out and how much the Black Uni would piss you off on a daily basis.

          • BerwynBomber

            I was more knocking Pace than your precision of language.

            I am MOR when it comes to the like/dislike Pace debate but it does seem he is given a long leash. Almost as if his first three years don’t count.

            At least at times.

          • CanadaBear

            I’m more pro than con but another year of meh or worse and the needle will swing the other way. After Emery/Nessman/Cutler, Pace got a deservedly long leash. I have to be positive now or else it’s a really long slog. Pace has certainly run out of excuses.

          • Exactly. I didn’t start off hating Pace, but it’s been 3 yrs, and we have a lot of holes because of his misses.

            We need a WR because White is a bust and he couldn’t close Alshon then thought Wheaton and Wright were WRs. (To say nothing of Royal)

            We need an OLB cuz McPhee cant play more than 600 snaps

            We need an OG cuz he cut Slauson and now Sitton (don’t even remind me about Grasu)

            We need an ILB cuz Kwiat is a JAG and Freeman a juicer

            Then we need a lot of other positions due to questionable futures (like Fuller, Bullard, Massie?)

            Everyone’s expecting THIS to be the yr, as if he wasn’t trying to improve the roster for 3 yrs.

            And I’m trying my best to be positive, but it’s hard as fuck.

            Patience is thin.

            Maybe the ghost of Halas turns on his terminator algorthym

          • Irish Sweetness

            White’s not a total bust until he’s off the team. He gets another season to shine.

  • Scharfinator

    Do we know how Nagy is changing the offense yet? (I assume no)

    The big dig on Nelson was that he wasn’t amazing at zone blocking (which we’ve been running). I’m not saying that should DQ him from our selection, but if we’re doing what he’s good at too – he seems like a shoe in if he falls to us.

    • Big Mike

      Nelson will be good at any scheme. He’s quick, strong, great technique, HIGH football IQ and he’s a finisher.

    • Irish Sweetness

      He’ll learn the zone blocking thing. He’ll learn what he needs to learn.

  • CanadaBear

    I’ve gotta agree with Jeff, all the draft stuff wears me out. It’s my own fault because I don’t watch college ball and wouldn’t know any of these guys if they were standing next to me. I esp find the combine stuff ridiculous. It’s great to have all the times and/or reps and compare them but at the end of the day their game tape should tell you more than the underwear olympics.

    • Scharfinator

      Yeah. Draft DAY is a bit interesting to me, but the lead up is a snooze

      • CanadaBear

        100%

      • SC Dave

        Oh I dunno…. I like seeing how guesses propagate to every site and twitter feed there is.

    • beninnorcal

      I enjoy the days after the draft. Specifically, when I can watch highlights of all the shiny new toys.

      • CanadaBear

        Totally agree!

    • BenderMcLugh

      underwear olympics. +100 blog points

    • willbest

      do you really need to qualify it as underwear Olympics. Half the Olympic events are performed in underwear already.

      • CanadaBear

        It’s the only underwear olympics for the NFL.

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      I usually look at a couple mock drafts, just to get familiar with the options available. I do enjoy watching the draft. But outside of that, I am just a wait and see who we get person. I am not going to get upset and run off and pout about who we could or should have gotten. It is kind of silly to be like ‘Oh no we didn’t draft this guy, I am now done with the blog, and I am just going to bum around SD.’

      • SC Dave

        What man, nobody would do that, right?

        • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

          I don’t know, MayBe.

          • CanadaBear

            Gotta give MB credit, we’re still kidding about him a year later!

          • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

            Who???

      • CanadaBear

        Oh BURN! I’m the same way. I never get invested in any of these players until they are Chicago Bears.

      • BenderMcLugh

        lol

    • Big Mike

      I like learning about the top guys coming out of college. I don’t like the talk of who will make or break the bears entire future before he’s even put on a Bears Uniform.

  • Malice Halice

    Great post, I’ve officially succumbed to the idea that Pace is gonna bring in ALOT of mediocre guys in FA n the draft. Hard pill to swallow but DEPTH is the MAIN priority for Pace. We have a few talented guys on both sides but how many times have we gave up on a unit due to 2 sometimes just 1 injury to that department. Expect TC to be a bloodbath if guys fighting to start. Could be a good thing if you think about it.

    • CanadaBear

      I think he’s done pretty well in the draft. FA’s not so much. I do think he’s going to step up and shoot a little higher this year in FA. I’ll give him credit for not blowing up the salary structure with expensive FA’s when realistically the Bears weren’t going anywhere. Not sure they are going anywhere this year but if they don’t improve a lot things will get dicey in the Windy City.

      • Malice Halice

        We’re never gonna be considered a division threat till we overcome injuries. Vikings alone(last year) is the EPITOME of prevailing thru injuries. I honestly could care less about bringing in savages at a high price. I rather have Pace bring in 3 WR next Wednesday, about 3 DB’s, 4 LB’s n 3 DL’s. Just to see the real competitiveness with those guys. Whose to say S.Watkins or Landry will turn out? I don’t think so because they’d be in a mindset whereas they feel they’re helping Da Bears more than Da Bears helping them. Can’t take a position serious when u haven’t earned the right to be there. I feel that’s been a issue with the bears for long time

        • Irish Sweetness

          Competitive to do what? It’s the WCO. So you either need receivers who are used to playing like that, or guys that will hopefully pick it up after playing with MT for a while and develop that chemistry. We may have those guys already.

          it’s the tall target we’re missing. That guy isn’t available in free agency because they’re valuable. We can draft one in the second, but only there.

    • Big Mike

      mediocre guys are all that reach FA any more.

      • Malice Halice

        Yes, to a certain extent tho. There’s atleast 3 guys every year in FA that most teams if not all teams could plug him in or is better than their starting guy in that same position.

        • Big Mike

          Not to say there aren’t upgrades for the Bears. There clearly are. But free agency no longer has guys on the market that you should break the bank for. With the exception of QB.

          • Malice Halice

            That’s true. None of those guys are worth more than the average salary. Only reason it’s different for us is because we have dire holes in a variety of units.

  • Big Mike

    Taken from MMQB the value of HH.

    2. The offseason’s underrated hire. We don’t talk
    much about position coaches here. But I’m going to give you one that I
    believe has a chance to be a big-time difference-maker for his
    first-time head coach: new Bears line coach Harry Hiestand. Matt Nagy
    did incredibly well to poach Hiestand, who’d been a target for a number
    of guys interviewing for jobs in January, from Notre Dame. And his star
    guard of last year, Quenton Nelson, reminded me of that last week at the
    combine.

    I asked Nelson how, as an elite offensive line
    talent, he wound up playing guard and not tackle. Nelson answered, “Left
    tackle, we had Ronnie Stanley. Right tackle, we had Mike McGlinchey.
    Center, Nick Martin. Right guard, Steve Elmer, who was a very good
    player. And there was a hole in the left guard spot that I competed for
    and I ended up playing there.” Think about that. Stanley was the sixth
    pick in the 2016 draft, and is now Baltimore’s left tackle. Martin was
    the 50th pick that year, and is the Texans’ center.
    McGlinchey is likely to join Nelson in the first round of this year’s
    draft. And Elmer actually decided to forgo his final year of eligibility
    at Notre Dame, after starting for two years, to pursue a career in
    politics. Of the five, only Nelson was a Top 100 recruit coming out of
    high school.

    That’s a staggering record of development, and
    doesn’t account for Zack Martin (Nick’s older brother), who left Notre
    Dame the year that Nelson arrived, and has grown into the NFL’s best
    guard. We’ve seen the importance of line coaches the last few years, of
    course. Jeff Stoutland’s work last year in Philly—remember the Eagles
    lost Jason Peters for the year—helped the Eagles win it all and earned
    the ex-Alabama assistant a promotion to run-game coordinator. The
    difference Dante Scarnecchia makes in New England is well-documented,
    and Tony Sparano was huge in helping the Vikings meld new piece to fix
    their front last fall. Likewise, it looks like the Bears got a good one.

    In fact, I hit up Nagy on this on Wednesday. He and
    Hiestand didn’t know each other before Nagy assembled his staff, and as
    first impressions have gone, the new Chicago boss put it like this: “He
    impresses me more and more every day.”

    • SC Dave

      So if Nagy didn’t know HH, who pointed him there? Pace?

      • Ososfan

        If it was all Pace, then he and staff deserves a lot of credit

      • Big Mike

        Pace or HH himself reached out. History with Bears, liked what he saw. I think it was Pace. My hunch is he got wind that HH might be looking to get back to the NFL, Bears needed an OL coach and HH is among the best, if not the best out there. Pace reached out, got him on the hook and “let” Nagy decide. Really not much deciding by Nagy. More like a fantastic gift. Only guy that loses out here is the guy that Nagy may have had in his pocket for the OL job.

    • Malice Halice

      Precisely the reason I’d be willing to trade Cody Whitehair. This man HH is converting guys into elite productive linemen. Why not trade Cody for an all-pro? I don’t understand y I’m the only guy who proposed this radical idea.

      • SC Dave

        Perhaps because everyone else thinks its stupid? Or that the Bears simply will not get a better player by trading him?

        • Malice Halice

          Teams that are desperate for protection. We can get whoever for Cody. Seattle would give us Cam n and pick for Cody that’s just a quick option. Vikings could use Cody n we can use just about anybody on that defense n WR corps. Bears could even trade him for a bevy of picks. Bears will never go anywhere as long as we have bland thinkers like yourself. Keep expecting the bears to become something by following basic protocol such as never reaching for something (don’t even think of mentioning Trub). This is 2018, can’t nickel n dime your way to the playoffs let alone never taking chances. When you have talent that other teams are in dire need for, YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE!

          • SC Dave

            No, give it up. You’re just wrong. WAY wrong.

            Taking chances, and being fucking stupid, are not the same.

        • Malice Halice

          This free agency class is horrible on all accounts. So you tryin to tell me that us putting Jordan Howard n Cody Whitehair on the market is dumb? They’d EASILY be ranked the top 5 in FA. It’s like manipulating stocks but legally. We’d fuck up the whole market putting those guys up for sale. Potentially pushing guys like Chubbs n S.Barkley to the #8.

          • Dis Guy Trublinsky (Johnnywad)

            What in God’s name are you talking about?

          • Malice Halice

            I’m proposing a radical deal to get us better players or a shit ton of picks. Jordan Howard would be the best RB if we made home available just as well as Cody. I am mentioning those 2 because Jordan Howard no longer fit our scheme. Cody is a great player we don’t need that much due to the fact we got the OL whisperer in Harry H.

          • Dis Guy Trublinsky (Johnnywad)

            A very strong run game and some quality guard/center play are quite literally the only thing on the Bears offensive roster as of today that actually help to protect/preserve Trubisky, the Bears biggest draft move that I can even remember and your supposed QB of the next 15 years.

            I’d prefer they remain Bears.

          • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

            Here is a radical idea. Maybe, just maybe, this coaching staff will put a scheme together that actually works with the players we have.

          • SC Dave

            So this!!

          • Irish Sweetness

            You could get a decent pick for Jordan, not for Cody. He’s worth more to us than his price tag.

          • BuddhaJoe

            You’re talking dumping two potentially great guys on rookie contracts for lottery tickets. C’mon man.

            And as far as Barkley goes, remember what they said about Richardson.

          • SC Dave

            It’s amazing. He must be trolling me, because he can’t *really* be serious, right?

          • leftcoastdave

            Give HH a year with what we have and who we’ll get and you may well see the OL as a feeder position for da Bears to make trades with for good picks. That’s why I expect to see at least one or two “projects” picked in the late rounds of the draft. And by the way, we do have some kids signed already who might be pushing for reps soon:
            Brandon Greeen
            Height: 6′ 5″
            Weight: 295
            College: Alabama

            Travis Averill
            Accrued Seasons: 1
            Age: 24
            Height: 6′ 3″
            Weight: 295

            and
            Cameron Green

            Age: 24
            Height: 6′ 6″
            Weight: 320
            College: Boise State
            Accrued Seasons: 0

            If Jordan Morgan steps up and Cam Green surprises at RT we might be looking to trade Massie and get more $$$ to spend elsewhere.

          • Irish Sweetness

            I remember not so long ago, the Kansas City Chiefs O-line went from bottom three to top … in one season … purely by scheme change, not with new players anywhere. Zone blocking.

          • BenderMcLugh

            I’m interested to see what HH does for Morgan

          • SC Dave

            Yes, it’s not just dumb, its *fucking dumb*. And would have NOTHING to do with what happens in the draft.

      • Big Mike

        It’s insane. Whitehair is the exact guy the Bears need.

        Get Outlook for iOS

      • Ososfan

        I just can’t agree with trading our best OLineman from last year, he’s young, under the salary cap for two more years and can move in many places in the line he’s toooooooo valuable to trade man!

    • Ososfan

      I’m a huge fan of many positions coaches with the bears and your assessment of Nelson gets me fired up to thinking that he has the chance to be very good at what ever position he’s put in so I’m super down for him!

      • Big Mike

        I loved Cody Whitehair coming out of college. Here’s my dilemma. 1) Nelson looks better than Whitehair did. 2) There are other OL that look like Whitehair in RD 2. I firmly believe HH can help the Bears find talent in the 3-4 round that HH can turn into Whitehair. So if that’s the case and Nelson is available at 8, do they take him? The thought of Nelson, Whitehair and (healthy) Kyle Long is a 5 year run of dominance up the middle. But it also leaves the Bears thin at Edge/DL. Can they find comparable talent in the draft in the later rounds.

        If I put my thoughts on Nelson aside, you still have to take him as the BPA, but if you go need based you’re drafting one of the top 2-3 edge rushers in the draft.

  • CanadaBear

    I was reading an article about ESPN and Fox being willing to pay Manning $10 mil/yr to broadcast NFL games. Nothing against the guy but I’m baffled. That’s a ton of money to pay for a guy that has never done that before. NTM, is he really that popular? That’s a legit question since I have no idea.

    • AlbertInTucson

      Beats me.

      ESPN keeps guys like…

      Buffoon, Bill Walton, doing color.

      Likewise, Dick “Been too long at the fair” Vitale.

      Meanwhile, they are getting their collective journalistic ass kicked by Yahoo Sports, mainly by a lot of writers/producers/editors let go by ESPN.

      THEIR report on Sean Miller last Friday was so poorly vetted and inaccurate as to be laughable.

      • CanadaBear

        Good point! Surprised both of them were willing to pony up for him. Oh well. He might be good. Who knows? I liked Romo until he wouldn’t stop yelling at me!

        • AlbertInTucson

          I like what Tony Romo brought to the broadcast, but he definitely needs to dial it back a notch.Hope somebody is sitting with him watching air checks and saying…

          “Good info. Good call, there. Whoa, Tony. Too much, there. Definitely too much THERE. Stop yelling at the audience.”

    • BerwynBomber

      Manning is a natural in front of a camera. Apparently he was heavily involved in drama classes (and productions) throughout his jr. high and high school years. The one time I saw him host SNL he killed it. Read his lines nearly as well as any professional actor. Quite funny if given decent material.

      So I’m thinking beyond his huge name recognition and obvious smarts, the networks see him as no-brainer TV analyst as any ex-jock is likely to be.

      • CanadaBear

        I get all that but the $10 mil is the part that shocks me. One good thing, won’t have to listen to Chucky on MNF!

        • BerwynBomber

          I liked Gruden except when he felt compelled to amp up the ESPN shtick.

          But I thought he was extremely smart and informative in his analysis.

          Plus, he was by far the most critical of the top four analysts (Aikman, Collingsworth, Simms and Romo).

          Chucky held his punches when it came to coaches but he was about as candid as you could get when it came to players and the league. I don’t get much of that from the other guys.

          • CanadaBear

            I agree with ya but at some point either I wanted to give him a Xanax or if not, take it myself. I like him more than the other guys. Although, if Romo dials it back a little bit I’d like him a lot.

          • SC Dave

            Collinsworth and “analyst” just seems a wrong pairing. He definitely goes better with “douchebag”

    • BuddhaJoe

      Don’t get it myself. I mean he’s decent enough in spots but I’ve never thought that I’d want to hear him spew innoffensive generalities for 3 hours.

  • Bear Instincts

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/03/08/titans-will-release-demarco-murray/
    Titans will release DeMarco Murry…should we take a flyer on him or draft a RB in the later rounds?

    • Nah. Murray breaking down.
      Mid rd flier , 5th and beyond.

    • Irish Sweetness

      kick the tires on him. We can use him better than say Benny Cunningham.

      • Ososfan

        Benny held his own with blocking when we used him, unlike Murray who didn’t want any part with blocking ever…if I remember correctly..

  • leftcoastdave

    Here’s a trade we should look at: Tyrod Taylor plus 21 and 23 for our 8.
    The Bills will owe him $18m for the last two years of his K and take a $9m hit if they cut him. Maybe we ask for one of their late seconds as well. He can ride the pine for us nicely.

    • Bear Instincts

      would you make the trade if you are the bills?

      • leftcoastdave

        They want to move up to get a QB. They need to dump TT’s contract. Great way to get both done. If they merely cut TT, they take a $9m cap hit. This frees up more cap space and gets them up to where they can get a top QB in the draft.

        • Bear Instincts

          If it was the Bears considering giving up 2 1st rounders you would be screaming bloody murder. They wont do it unless they have a player they really want and they think he will still ve on the board at 8

          • Malice Halice

            So if 2 years ago or was it 3 when we was done wit cutler you wouldn’t have made that move? It’s practically the same difference regarding the QB’s mentioned.

    • SC Dave

      Why would the Bills do that?

    • BerwynBomber

      You’re dreaming …

    • Malice Halice

      I like these type of proposals. Win-win for everyone involved. We set at qb for long time. Only downside to that is we gone have to go crazy during FA to fill all dem holes we got on D, then pray Pace hits a homer on those first 2 picks or Pace could use those 2 to move back up in the round!

    • Ososfan

      Depends if a QB is still there once draft comes up…

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  • Malice Halice

    Ogletree, Peters , now Talib (tho he’d never wanna play here) all jumping ship is giving me 2 ideas on how Pace is gonna shop.
    1: he’s gonna make some high profile acquisitions
    Or
    2: he’s gonna be that slow fuck driving in front of u allowing everyone to merge.
    It ain’t Wednesday yet but guys are starting to jump ship already n we here standing playing wit the change in our pockets like a 70’s pimp.

    • BenderMcLugh

      relax big guy

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  • Becky

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