Congratulations to Ryan Hart and Deidre Mulcahy on their recent nuptials.
Today's Sunbeam has a few paragraphs on Aaron Hayward.
Are all the Rutgers NFL rookies impressing in OTAs? Doesn't that, you know, mean that maybe they have been collectively underrated?
Kevin Malast--If the Bears keep seven linebackers, the final spot could go to either Malast or fellow undrafted free agent Mike Rivera. By all accounts, both players have performed well during OTAs, with each receiving increased reps this past week due to minor injuries to Brian Urlacher and Nick Roach. Plus, fellow linebacker Joey LaRocque has missed time, opening the door even wider for the two rookies. Malast seems to be a fast learner, and has been helped out in part by the fact Rutgers runs a similar defense to the one employed here in Chicago.
There are similar elements, but one gigantic difference when it comes to blitzing.
According to several updates on ZAGSBLOG over the past week, Mike Rosario (and backcourt mate Jio Fontan) have been looking strong in the World Juniors Tournament.
Seahawks Addicts reports that Mike Teel has an affable personality, but Courtney Greene is a grouch. Good penmanship, though.
If you liked the Tomahawk Nation post about zone blocking from the other day, their new one about defensive line play isn't as relevant to Rutgers, but still very informative.
Is it possible at this point not to hate Bruce Ratner and his Major League-level nefarious scheming? Now the architects are mad at his plans for moving the Nets to Brooklyn.