The Bears won't be asking former Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch to throw the ball after moving the Heisman Trophy finalist to running back.
It's Memorial Day weekend, but I'm already looking at Labor Day weekend. After just getting out of that brutal winter, shame on me for these momentary thoughts that skip summer.
It is still flag football but impressions are being made, good and bad, and rookie running back Ka’Deem Carey is making a very good one, while debunking some of the fascination with 40-yard-dash t
Jordan Lynch knows he will have to play special teams to make the Bears’ final roster.
Jordan Lynch finished third in balloting for the 2013 Heisman Trophy. He passed for more than 6,000 yards at Northern Illinois.