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Red Zone Returns to Chicago

After sitting quietly through most of the 2023 Season...
Red Zone finished his evaluation of the team and decided that there needed to be major changes if The Bears were going to become APFL Bowl Contenders again.
The Hardest decision was to deal All World QB Buddy Wilcox
Red Zone was clearly not thrilled at today's Press Conference
"The Truth is i would have loved to keep Buddy here in Chicago for his entire career...
But by the time we finished the rebuild he would have been close to retirement, so we decided not to put him through that and Trade him now.
This Decision is sure to be very unpopular with fans, but This is the start of a new era in Chicago"
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Looking at the Draft Class, Everybody would love to Draft a young Franchise QB Like Jared Goff.
Tennessee made it clear they were taking QB Goff with 1.1

This left Chicago pondering how to get their 2nd choice
After a Trade with New England Today, RB Ezekiel Elliott from USC will be a Bear on Draft Day

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After Drafting USC RB Ezekiel Elliott with 1.2
Chicago traded Buffalo's 2025 1st round pick to Oakland for QB Aaron Desmond

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Then Red Zone Traded up from 1.10 to 1.7
WR Corey Coleman From Mississippi was the selection

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The 2044 Bears Draft Report

After offering 1.6 to the league without finding takers, Chicago chose D-Lineman Rob Windsor (51/88) (58/89) (60/90) baffling pundits and fans as WR Cedee Lamb was available. Management released a statement that Lamb refused to play for a cold weather team.
Windsor is expected to play DE and will provide solid play for years to come. As expected a monster

WR Laviska Shenault Jr. (29/55) (34/53) (35/54) was taken at 2.5. Shenault Jr. had a very good combine and after the interviews is thought to fit into the Bears offensive scheme and provide another weapon in moving the ball. A downfield threat, he is fearless when running crossing routes and can adjust to the ball very well.

OT Tristan Wirts (33/52) (37/52) (38/53) was selected with 3.7. A run blocker that should provide some solidity in what was a porous O-line in 2043.

CB Javaris Davis (27/43) (32/42) (31/46) at 4.6 and will compete for a spot in the secondary

With 5.6, we chose another D-Lineman in Justin Mandabuike (30/45) (24/45). (24/48)A NT who we believe can build himself into a solid starter for the seasons to come.

QB Jalen Morton (9/32) (11/30) (16/32) caught the coaches eyes during his combine and wowed us at interviews. Taking a flyer here to see if he can lead the Bears into the future. Hopefully he will improve during camp. Was hoping for something more than he brought

Seeing our two choices taken just ahead of our pick in the 7th round (WR Coulter and OT Durant), the Bears end up selecting safety Jaylin Hawkins (20/45) (23/45) (24/42) Hawkins hopefully will have the tools to be part of the squad.

Of the non-roster invitees to camp, several have made strides and are fighting for roster spots.

FB Brady Ross 33/51, SS Jaquaris Landers 29/50, RB Benny Lamay 33/47

black=pre-camp, blue is post camp, red is after PS2
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