Bears won't bid for Brendon Ayanbadejo, trade Brian Griese
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#1 Mar 4, 2008
Too bad they didn't keep Ayan, he was a great special teams player and also, wanted more to do as a LB. Can't fault him for that. One more thing Bears-sign Warrick Dunn he was just released. Class person and can still play. They need help at RB.
#2 Mar 5, 2008
I think brian griese would be a much needed consistant assest to the Buccaneers franchise. Though Brian only had a 3-3 record with the bears (as a starter last season). However, he did have the most passing yards among their starters. The one thing that will prohibit the bears from any consistency is their offensive line. Both Brian and Rex got hurt due to the lack of pass protection from their o-line. Their running back progression throughout the season was crappy. I think that Brian has the possibility of being a good quarterback and a consistent change from Garcia. Plus , the last great season the BUCS had was when Brain was their quarterback. People, prepare and to be surprised.
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