2010 NFL Draft: Could Tim Tebow Be an Option for the Chicago Bears?

April 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 15 days, the NFL draft will begin its new three-day format, and disgruntled New York Jets fans will once again flood Radio City Music Hall in New York City screaming, "Why?!?!?" after every Jets' pick.
For some teams, this year's draft will be much less meaningful; perhaps no team better sums up that statement than the Chicago Bears.
General Manager Jerry Angelo has dealt away his first two picks in previous trades for Jay Cutler and Gaines Adams, so Bears fans will have to wait until pick No. 76 to begin their arm-chair-general-manager game.
The Bears have many needs: offensive line, defensive line, safety, wide receiver, No. 5 starter, bullpen help, second baseman (whoops...I got the Cubs' needs mixed up in there).
While addressing any of those needs with their first pick seems to be the idea, one position the Bears have little to no depth in is their quarterback position.
Yes, they have Jay Cutler, owner of 26 interceptions last season. I still believe in...

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