Bears Sad News Unexpectedly: Justin Fielde Traded Suddenly…..

The Chicago Bears will be active in the wide receiver market this off-season, as everyone with basic sense understands.

Ex-NFL GM on Bears' offseason: 'I would trade Justin Fields' – NBC Sports  Chicago

Since Darnell Mooney is a free agent, there doesn’t appear to be a replacement for him in the starting lineup behind D.J. Moore. GM Ryan Poles will be spoiled with choice. There are some exciting names in both the NFL draft and free agency. But Mike Tannenbaum, the general manager of the old New York Jets, thinks the Bears should and should explore the trade market for their answer.

He made the suggestion on ESPN Get Up. It had been an easy one. The Bears sign Stefon Diggs, a receiver with the Buffalo Bills. Sadly, as soon as he disclosed what they needed to give up to obtain him, everything went completely crazy.

Now, let’s be clear about this. The 30-year-old athlete, who has a history of being a distraction even when his team is winning, should be traded for a 23-year-old cornerback who just finished his first season with four interceptions. Not to add, for the following three seasons, Diggs will start earning between $27 and $28 million annually. This trade notion is completely nonsensical, which is why it is even more puzzling that a former general manager came up with it.

If you want to hear analysis, conversation, and insight about Chicago Bears football, subscribe to the BFR Podcast.

It’s not like this person has a really impressive background to take him seriously. This is the same person that moved up for Mark Sanchez in 2009, selected Quinton Coples over Chandler Jones in 2012, and selected Vernon Gholston sixth overall in the 2008 draft. It would not be a good idea to pay much attention to his personnel appraisals. The reason the guy hasn’t had a position in the NFL for a few years is probably because he prefers to post absurd commentary on a once-respected sports channel. Fortunately, Ryan Poles has already formed the habit of not paying attention to him.

Mike Tannenbaum urged the Bears to trade Justin Fields in order to select Bryce Young with the first pick overall last season. It’s fortunate that they disregarded it, considering how events transpired. Without it, they would not have acquired Stevenson, Darnell Wright, D.J. Moore, or the first overall pick in this draft. Even though Diggs is currently among the top ten wide receivers in the NFL, his prime will soon come to an end. A club aiming for a Super Bowl run would trade for him. The Bears have not yet arrived.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *