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ESPN Bears' Reporter Trolls ESPN.

Published June 17, 2019 at 3:57 PM
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The Chicago Bears have been completely revamped and rebuilt thanks to general manager Ryan Pace. It's pretty much a youth movement as the team doesn't really have any older guys around who are ready to hang them up. It gave ESPN's Jeff Dickerson a great opportunity to troll the rest of the ESPN football writers. ESPN asked their reporters from each NFL city to pick a veteran who's roster spot could be on the bubble. When it comes to the Bears, Dickerson chose "nobody". Here's his excerpt from the article:"The Bears are such a young team that identifying a veteran player on the bubble is nearly impossible. Former running back Taquan Mizzell's roster spot is in jeopardy after he moved to wide receiver in the offseason, but Mizzell is hardly a well-known commodity around the league. Fourth-year defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard has underwhelmed in Chicago, but Bullard is a former third-rounder, and the odds of the Bears letting him go appear remote."
Dickerson along with Rams reporter Lindsey Thiry were the only ones to chose "nobody".



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