A pattern has started to emerge in the drafting of Bears GM Phil Emery, beginning with a distinct tendency to be decidedly aggressive rather than conservative in bringing in talent with an emphasi
When the Bears opted away from Jerry Angelo and for Phil Emery as general manager, it was with precisely this weekend in mind.
Former Bears general manager Jerry Angelo spoke often of “traits” sought in evaluations of draft picks.
For the Bears to tie up heavy cap dollars in a weapons class that includes Alshon Jeffery, Brandon Marshall, Martellus Bennett and Matt Forte, when there are greater needs for depth, is a stretch.
The architect of the free-ageny coup that brought Julius Peppers to the Chicago Bears, at age 30, in 2010, gave an unqualified endorsement of the deal made by his successor, Phil Emery, in bringin