When the Bears’ selection in the sixth round of the 1998 draft was announced — Pat Mannelly, guard, Duke — it barely caused a ripple after the likes of Curtis Enis, Olin Kreutz and Tony Parrish ha
Jobs can’t usually be won or lost in offseason practices, but one quarterback kept himself decidedly in competition for a job in the three-day minicamp that concluded Thursday.
Thursday's top headlines:
Three-fifths of the offensive line was “off” on Wednesday, with tackle Jordan Mills being held out by the training staff to give his surgically repaired right foot a rest.
Rookie kicker Pat O’Donnell, the only punter drafted this year, by the Bears in the sixth round, has been making an impression ever since his first punt in rookie minicamp, which boomed into the W