Trey Burton will forever be hero in Philadelphia for his role in “Philly Special,” the gadget play that propelled the Eagles to their upset over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII. But in Chicago, he’s just another piece to a puzzle in the Bears’ rebuild. So maybe not surprisingly, “Philly Special” didn’t come up until the tail end of his 11-minute introductory press conference Thursday at Halas Hall — the 20th question to be exact. How do you top that play?
Cornerback Prince Amukamara was so intent on returning to the Bears that he told his agent he “didn’t want to hear from any other teams unless it was Chicago.” So signing a three-year, $27 million contract with the Bears was a no-brainer after playing on one-year contracts with the Jaguars and Bears the past two seasons.
A year after the Bears let Alshon Jeffery go in free agency, signing wide receiver Allen Robinson looks like the a masterstroke by general manager Ryan Pace to make up for it. “Allen Robinson was a nightmare at practice and I say that in the best way possible,” said Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara, who played with Robinson on the Jaguars in 2016. “He’s very, very competitive. If he makes a play he’s going to let you know it. He works extremely hard. He’s so raw and super young.
Going back to Louisville's Terry Howard, I always feel more agony for the guy who missed the free throw(s) than elation for the player who made the game-winning shot in situations like Houston-Michigan. Great finish, though.
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