The NFL Draft starts Thursday for 30 teams. The Bears and Panthers have some waiting to do.
Don’t expect the Bears to find a way back into the first round. G.M. Jerry Angelo says he doesn’t want to trade future picks any longer.
”We’re out of that business,” Angelo said. ”I don’t want to get cute and keep borrowing from the
future with picks because . . . it’s very difficult to guarantee the
Then again, Angelo may not have a future in Chicago if the Bears don’t start winning now. That’s part of the reason why they spent so much in free agency. The Bears traded their 2009 first and second round picks for Jay Cutler and the late Gaines Adams.
Angelo says there will be changes coming to his front office.
“After this draft, I said that we are going to do some restructuring,”
Former Seahawks head honcho Tim Ruskell was widely expected to get hired by Angelo months ago, but nothing was ever announced.