Jerry Angelo brought Jay Cutler to Chicago but has a less-than-complimentary critique of him now.
It’s not an easy presentation, trying to get fans excited for both change and the lack thereof.
Tim Baffoe lists all the reasons why the Bears would be a great on “Hard Knocks” this summer.
Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
Former Chicago Bears GM Jerry Angelo provided his assessment of Jay Cutler on Facebook as part of a series evaluating quarterbacks in the NFC North.
“He’s not a perfect player. We like the fit. We like what he brings to us intangibly. We wanted to get better up front. He’s a seasoned player.”
If you want to get a good look at the type of person and player Brian Urlacher really was, look no further than former Bears general manager Jerry Angelo.
Let’s turn the tables and evaluate Emery, and look at his successes, failures, trends, and see how well he’s scouted positions the Bears should look to upgrade this April.
Former Bears general manager Jerry Angelo published a series of blogs to TheSidelineView.com that essentially give advice on how to draft the right player in the NFL Draft.
When it comes time to blaming someone for a team’s lack of success, guess who takes most of the heat? The head coach or manager.
Roughly one year after he was dismissed as Bears general manager, Jerry Angelo will interview for the same position with the Jets.
The Bears need general manager availability, with Phil Emery standing at the lectern to announce the future direction of the franchise, today. ASAP.
That’s the way it goes with Bears fans. The backup is beloved until called upon, and if he doesn’t perform like a starter, start yelling for the next guy in line.
While Bears general manager Phil Emery won’t come out and say his goals are championship or bust for the 2012 season, he knows that’s exactly what the Bears are capable of.
Just three months ago, I offered some advice to newly hired Bears general manager Phil Emery, and for the most part he took it.
We still know little about Phil Emery, but the guy knows how to buy himself the benefit of the doubt, and quickly.
Check out the audio clip from when the news broke that the Bears had acquired Jay Cutler during The Boers and Bernstein Show on 670 The Score.
Your name is Matt Forte and you are seething. You have been franchised by the Chicago Bears and that means you will get paid $7.7 million next season by the Chicago Bears.
With the deadline rapidly approaching for the Bears to either sign or franchise tag Matt Forte, a decision could be coming soon.
Few of Angelo’s top picks turned out, but maybe that wasn’t all Angelo’s fault.