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Makes statement pick that is neither bold nor courageous. Plus: Rondo vs. Wade; Hey Hey JHey!; Avi!; Sacrificial Hawks; and Schweinsteiger: Nein!
* This draft trade really grinds Coach's gears!
* Coffman: "Ryan Pace is standing up there without any pants on!"
* Rhodes: "Ryan Pace is Clark Cub."
* Sherman/The Ringer: Mitchell Trubisky Might Be Good, But The Bears' Draft Trade Doesn't Make Sense.
Chicago made a risky move to land a player it probably could have gotten with the third overall pick.
* Kirshner/SBNation: Did Bears Even Need To Trade Up To Land Mitchell Trubisky?
The QB came at a steep price, and it's not clear Chicago even had to pay it.
* Barnwell: The Chicago Bears And A Mitchell Trubisky Mystery.
* Why Trump may be preferable to Pence.
* Rhodes: "The national media is crucifying the Bears; the local media is in love with this."
* Graziano/ESPN: The Bears Did What?
* Vrentas/SI: Draft Stunner: The Bears Do The Quarterback Shuffle.
* Rhodes: "The Bears are 1-0 in statements. They lead the league in statements. They're going to the Statement Bowl."
* Hoge's pinned tweet:
Chicago: WE NEVER HAVE A QB .— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) April 28, 2017
(GM trades 3 mid-round picks for QB)
Chicago: HOW COULD HE DO THAT?
* More Hoge:
And they're the same people who've been trying to run Cutler out of town for years. https://t.co/jVL3DZbuQV— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) April 28, 2017
Phil Emery once loved a player named Aaron Donald. Failed to trade up. Watched Aaron Donald get picked one pick ahead of the #Bears.— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) April 28, 2017
Re: this idea that Lynch "fleeced" Pace: If Trubisky is good, Lynch is the guy who passed on him in favor of Hoyer/Barkley, who Pace let go.— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) April 28, 2017
* Hoge two days before the draft: "I'm sticking to my original thinking that Pace thoroughly evaluated this quarterback class and decided that Mike Glennon provided similar upside at a cheaper (guaranteed) price without burning the No. 3 overall pick. If the Bears wanted to bring in a one-year stop-gap while a first round quarterback developed, they could have just re-signed Brian Hoyer, which is something they never got too serious about. Glennon is here because Pace believes he can be the Bears' answer at the position."
* Tru Haugh:
* CORRECTION: Rhodes was referring to a Morrissey column, not a Telander column (they're so hard to tell apart).
48:45: Rondo vs. Wade.
52:02: Hey Hey, JHey!
1:00:37: Sacrificial Hawks.
1:02:22: Schweinsteiger: Nein!
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