When Phil Emery spoke openly after the 2013 season about the need to get younger on defense, that the Bears would go defense-heavy in the draft, the general manager was in fact laying out only a p
And now for a cold splash of perspective, one which I strongly suspect Bears general manager Phil Emery understands from painful experience:
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
The real winner in this, of course, won't be determined until we check the standings at the end of December, perhaps the start of January. Maybe Phil Emery (who spent eight years at the U.S.
While the draft is still seven weeks off, the signings on the defensive line and safety, plus moving Shea McClellin to linebacker where Jonathan Bostic and Khaseem Greene were drafted last year, a